Downtown Madison walkin around, C&C welcome...

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  1. fiveoboy01

    fiveoboy01 TPF Noob!

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    Nothing too stunning, parked on a Sunday afternoon and walked around. Not many people around:)

    Please feel free to harshly critique these. I have more, I had some trouble with bright sunlight.... Next time I am going to try to switch it up on the metering modes and see what I come up with. I was using spot metering for everything and I do know that some of the others not shown here probably could have benefitted from a center-weighted or even matrix metering....

    1: (I think I'm a little blown out on the left here, not sure?)

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    4: (the building was badly blown out as you can see, so I removed the color... Metered off the one way sign...)
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    I personally love #1 and 2!

    For #1 : did you take a shot in the center? I'd like to see if you have one :).
     
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    #2 would've been perfect if you could've set the door more vertical, instead of slanted. #5 is great, and #6 is too cliche, but a great picture. Hahaa.

    Overall, good job!

    Just my two cents on the dollar menu x]
     
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    1. Interesting comp, but underexposed by 1/2 to a full stop or so.

    2. My favorite, but still underexposed just like #1

    The rest don't do anything for me.
     

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