Burj Al Arab - Dubai

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  1. PushingTin

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    Very nice shot. Post card perfect :thumbup:.
     
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    Great shot, I love the blueish tone it has and how the building sticks out but there's too much foreground for me..
     
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    I would definately LOVE to receive this as a postcard. :)
     
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    thank u for the comments.

    I have edited the photo and merged it with a foreground i prefer from another photo i took of the burj al arab. Poor photoshop work but please tell me which photo you prefer.

    Thanks

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    I personally prefer the second, nice picture.
     
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    I also prefer the second shot. I agree with the comment about too much foreground in the first image and the angle of the shot was a bit odd. The second foreground definatly helps lead the eye to the building.

    Nice job
     
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    Thx for all your input and comments. Merry Christmas!
     

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