downtown buildings C&C

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  1. huynh87

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    Great shots.
    I like the second one the best. Get rid of the light poles and it would be perfect.
     
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    I totally agree. great capture
     
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    I like the 2nd one a lot, the correction that comes to mind for me would be a different angle, not completely different just a bit higher or lower. Also i like the 3rd (street sign) Good Job!
     
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    These are all decent shots of buildings. Except nr2, where you add something by choosing a different point of view. So that's the one that stands out.
    Nice photo :)
     
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    Being the architect that I am, I love this series. 2 and 3 are great but my favorite is 6. I love the color and angles you've captured.
     

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