Bank of America Building-Miami

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  1. a_scayola

    a_scayola TPF Noob!

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    This tower has the coolest lighting. They change the colors every month or so and you can see it from miles away.
    The building in the foreground is pretty annoying to me, but it's way over what I can edit on PS. Tell me what you guys think. Thanks!

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    Andres
     
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    AIRIC TPF Noob!

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    Very nice twilight shot.

    Eric
     
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    Yes yes yes. The coolest lighting. Very nice.
     
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    Nice shot and I like the buildings in front

    If you don't like them, crop them out
     
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    Looks great. Nice vibrant color to this shot. I'd love to see the building with some more color in the sky, though. :)
     
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    Appreciate the comments, thanks!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Personally, I am not too bothered by the two grey buildings at the bottom, actually they give scale and a nice "anchor" to the main subject of your photo here.
    Nice colours and I think the sky is just right, dark enough to suggest night photography and still bright enough to have details ... though it MIGHT be interesting to see what the whole scenery might look like when it is really really dark (?).
     

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