3 pics-buildings

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  1. John_05

    John_05 TPF Noob!

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    hopefully this is the right place for this thread. if not, i apologize to the mod who has to fix my mistake.:hail:

    these 3 are pics ive taken with my Fuji E510. most of the people ive shown them to like the third one the best. i may be biased because i took them, but i like them all. any comments/criticisms are welcome and appreciated. i am here to learn, so if there is anything i can do to take better pics next time, please let me know.

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    #3 is my fav b/c of colors being bright .....and it's.......ALIVE....w/ a mouse roller
     
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    just looked again, and it reminds me of a big waffle...just needs some syrup and butter
     
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    Nice geometric eye.

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    3 is definitely pretty nice... but I dig number 1 as well.
     
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    I think people are drawn to the third because of the great color balance here. You have a great complementary color scheme going on with the warmer tones in the center, and it's got great geometrical lines to it, as well. :thumbup: The only real nitpick I have with it are the globes on the right. It would have been a stronger image if a step forward could have omitted them from the composition. :)
     
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    Definitely number 3 for me, the lighting on that 'waffle' pattern is great.

    I'd be inclined to crop out the lamppost in the foreground (RHS) though, it's a bit of a distraction. In fact, I'd be interested to see what a portrait crop (taking in the taller building and the part of the shorter one not covered by the lamppost) did for it.

    Keep shooting and have fun :D
     

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