Granville island walking around

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  1. tranceplant

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    Any comments please :)

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  2. tranceplant

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    I guess i'll bump it than!
     
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    Honestly? Nothing special... The last shot is decent, but seems a bit skew.
     
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    and the sky is blow out...
     
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    thank you... I hope people don't put comments on only amazing pictures :/

    What do you mean by blow out?

    I know it's kind of hard to get a great sky when it's always grey :-(
     
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    The sky does seem to be very bright. The angles are interesting. Keep experimenting!
     
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    ^thank you.

    Actually do you guys or anyone else for that matter would have a suggestion for the sky. Seems that when I change my metering or my focus I either have my stuff in front to dark and a good sky or vis versa.

    Any ideas?
     
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    definitely some interesting angles, but the thing that most sticks out to me, is #2...you cut off both people's heads! I would have either tried to frame both of them in the shot or waited until they moved completely out.

    As far as the sky, it's a never-ending battle. If you try using a graduated Neutral Density filter, it may help hold back the sky.
     

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