A few buildings for C&C

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  1. rokclmb

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    Thanks for taking the time to look. Any comments are welcome and appriciated.

    #1 Landmark Tower: Yokohama, Japan
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    #2 Ginza: Tokyo, Japan (Taken before I bought my tripod)
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    #3 Ginza: Tokyo, Japan (Taken before I bought my tripod)
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    #4 Ginza: Tokyo, Japan
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    I think a tighter crop on #3 makes for a really nice image.

    1 and 4 seem crooked in funny ways, not sure if it was intentional or not. I like how the old-style building in #4 looks in contrast to the city around it, but I think the pole and sign on the right take away from it.

    I think #2's really cool. Just a tad soft and maybe a bit bright in some spots but not bad.
     
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    Thanks for the comments.

    I'll try cropping #3 a little bit. After you mentioned cropping it, I noticed that there is a little bit of a street light in the upper right corner.

    I'll also see what i can do about the sign in #4. I don't know if I can crop it out because then I'll loose the newer building to the right of the old building. Next time I'll just have to do a better job looking out for that when I take the picture.
     
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    Don't forget about the crookedness...
     

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