A few shots from Berlin

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  1. Remi M.

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    1 Figure at base of Frederich Shiller statue in Gendarmenmarkt
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    2 In a courtyard of a Berlin public library
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    3 Next 3 shots taken at Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin
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    4. Floor
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    5. Diving suit used for the construction of the Berlin Haupbahnhof (central train station)
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    5 really stands out to me. Maybe because I'm a diver myself. Maybe not. Looking at it analytically, The tones are nice. However, it looks to be slightly underexposed on the suit itself. Nice shot though.

    In number one i would like to see the statue a little bit closer to centered in the composition. Other than that, outstanding. :thumbsup:
     
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    I agree with your comments on both photo's. So I edited them.

    So nice to have objective criticism. Thank you
     
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    Do we now see the edited version?
    For try as I might, I don't SEE the underexposure on the diver's suit ... if it is still there, can anyone point me to it? I do admit I got a very bright screen here ...

    I really like the shadows and the pattern on that wooden floor that you captured, Remi, and OF COURSE I like the grown-over ... erm ... thing there, of which I just now don't know the word ... maybe scoop? (Had to look that one up).

    So the detail of the Schiller-statue on Gendarmenmarkt is not the very Herr Schiller himself, but just someone? I like that you picked out the "just someone" for your close-up then. Honours him - while most would focus on Herr Schiller himself. I like that.
     

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