Downtown Toronto

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  1. wordxcore

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    I was downtown the other day doing nothing, and decided to mess around. It was about midnight, when I took this. I like it, but that's probably because it's my photo. What do YOU think?


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    I like it. I'd give it an 8x10 crop though, taking out the foreground.
     
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    The processing and color are nice although you've lost a few things. The composition seems weak to me, everything looks too divided and there seems to be a bit of a tilt to the left.
     
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    some nice colours, but the tilt is distracting and you cut off part of the fountain.
     
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    Good colours but there is too much space in the foreground not doing anything and also looks like theres quite a bit of noise.
     
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    Midnight is not the best time for city street shots with buildings. The idea is for it to be dark enough for the lights to be on, but with enough ambient light to give the buildings more detail. Eight to ten oclock is when you should be shooting this kind of shot, depending on the time of the year.

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