Bowling alley and street.

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  1. ReFlect

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    These shots are all missing subjects. There is no story line or major focal point.

    Shot 1 - If you are trying to capture the hustle of the bowling alley if would help to have most of the subjects facing sideways or forward. Most of these subjects have their back to you. You might also want to include some bowling lane or a bowler to tie it all together. The closest bowler in this shot is way in the back and barely noticeable.

    Shot 2 - The focal subject is an unlight car. This is not interesting. A good night shot makes use of vibrant colours so it would help if the car is on. It would also help if the subject car had colour and an interesting look about it.

    Shot 3 - Read Shot 2

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