C & C: NYC - Columbus Circle and the subway

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  1. crashcart

    crashcart TPF Noob!

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    I wasin NYC for business today, and when I was done, I changed into some shorts and a tee, hopped the subway to Columbus Circle and tried to catch some good shots. Although I don't know almost anything about photography, "street photography" is something I'm drawn to.

    Please C & C away! - I want to improve my craft.


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  2. tirediron

    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Technically your shots are all fine; #3 & 4 have minor exposure issues on the subjects skin, but nothing that can't be handled in post. With respect to your composition, try and avoid centering your subjects. For this type of work the "rule" of thirds is a good guide to positioning.
     
  3. Good shots, like 'em all - except the pigeon.

    I like the one of the train, a classic.
     
  4. crashcart

    crashcart TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the feedback. Tirediron (or someone else,) what are the exposure problems on the skin that you are referring to? Are some of the spots too dark/underexposed?
     

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