Bank Of America, Dallas, Texas

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  1. GraspTheMoment

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    The sky is way to blown out and really takes away from the shot. The processing is nice but IMO it's over done. The clouds at the bottom are a great touch and if the sky was fixed this would be a great shot. Keep up the good work!!
     
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    I'd hate to be the dude who has to wash those windows...
     
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    Hi. I agree about the sky. I really like the composition, and if the sky were less toned, more b/w, I think it would look better. Also, I think the general mood of the picture would fit better if the reflection off the lower-part of the building was more in-line with the treatment of the sky above. I think doing that would make it more of a dutone and really bring out the patterns.

    Nice shot. I'm getting vertigo :)

    Rob
     
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    I think it's cool, sky or no. It's clearly a different kind of extreme perspective on this building, so I think you can get away with a lot.
     

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