UOB Buildings


May 12, 2011
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1. in what area is critique to be sought?

Seeking comments and critiques for composition. all other C&Cs welcome

2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?

To hopefully improve on various perspective architecture shots

3. under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)

9pm, light drizzle. iso 100 @ f/18 20secs

4. what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture

personally like the contrast of the buildings against the sky

 

foxtwo

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#2
Identify which are the 'attractive' elements in your image. In this case, I like the reflection of the 2nd tower and the serial replication of the 1st tower facing wall. I don't see the need to put in the 2nd tower as it adds nothing constructive, just a distraction jutting into the frame.

As it usually is the style of composition, either have many buildings in frame or isolate your main subject. Consider slapping on a ND filter for cloud movement, make the night sky more interesting if your including it.
 

May 12, 2011
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thank u. i will bear ur comments and advice in mind :)

Identify which are the 'attractive' elements in your image. In this case, I like the reflection of the 2nd tower and the serial replication of the 1st tower facing wall. I don't see the need to put in the 2nd tower as it adds nothing constructive, just a distraction jutting into the frame.

As it usually is the style of composition, either have many buildings in frame or isolate your main subject. Consider slapping on a ND filter for cloud movement, make the night sky more interesting if your including it.
 

daredevil123

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Oct 25, 2005
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#4
A couple of technical issues:

1. dust spots - at least clone/heal them out.
2. highlights blow on building on the right - This can be avoided either by black card, or PP.
3. Picture seems a tad soft. Is your tripod very steady? Also know that cars passing by hard ground can cause vibrations as well.
 

qammie

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#6
its actually the result of noise reduction in LR / PS that is causing the blurness or OOF that seems apparent here...

perhaps can have a bit more sharpening and less NR.....
 

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