Doha Corniche to night

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  1. Mohammed

    Mohammed TPF Noob!

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    Camera Model Name
    Canon PowerShot G6
    Shooting Date/Time
    17/11/2004 08:02:35 م
    Tv (Shutter Speed)
    10
    Av (Aperture Value)
    8.0
    iso
    50
     
  2. nomav6

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    love it
     
  3. Mohammed

    Mohammed TPF Noob!

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    nomav6 Thanks :)
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Where in this world would we find this scene? Oman or so?
     
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    love the star effects on the lights.
     
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    great capture!
     
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    Beauty Mohammed. I am in no position to critique a photo that looks as good and pleases the eye like this one.

    Very nice, thanx for sharing.
     
  9. jadin

    jadin The Mad Hatter

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    For me there is no "subject". There are just 'things' in the photo. But nothing that my eye settles on and says 'okay, it's a photo of this'. It's just some random elements all in the same photo.

    Perhaps getting a person in the photo, or some other 'point of interest' that you stare at longer than the other things.

    My only other complaint is the far right most light. It's distracting and seems out of place. Perhaps hiding it behind the sculpture or even moving it outside the frame would help.
     
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    Come to think of it... i agree with jadin!
    Its just movement, and nothing else!
     

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