A few to C&C - HDR and others....

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    Here are a few that I have found for C&C - I have taken these a little while ago but I just found them.

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    I totally dig #4!

    I'd either crop it centered, or a little more to the right.
     
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    This means a LOT coming from you....Thank You
     
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    Better???
     
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    I am on the fence on the first one. I have gone away and come back to it twice now.

    What I think is based on how I see things and how I would approch the subject.
    I would have tried to back away (I think) and tried to find some way of getting a little higher so that I could frame the sculpture entirely by the similar colored glass wall behind it. My reasoning is that the subtle colors and the curves would break the monotony of the background making for a more interesting image.

    I think right now, I keep getting drawn away from that because of the blue in the building on the left. I could see a series of images based off that sculpture and background. Can you revisit it?
     
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    Sure can - its infront of an office building here in OKC - that was one of my first tries with HDR so I was VERY happy with how it came out - I actually tried taking it low (if I remember I had the tripod about a foot off the ground. What would you suggest since hdr will require multiple shots - just extend the tripod as high as it will go? a ladder?
     
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    It's hard for me to say what would be needed for that perspective shift. You'll have to experiment. :)
     

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