New Batch for C+C (5 pics)

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  1. gsm275

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    That's a nice set of pictures.

    5 is great!

    I think the wb on #1 could use less blue and maybe darken up a bit. 4 is also a bit bright IMO but I like the angle and how the focal point somewhat leads to the city.

    I like #3 as a shot but the subject is a bit boring to me.

    #2 is also a good shot with nice clarity but it seems the top is cut a little low.
     
  3. gsm275

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    Good tip on #2, I'll see if i can rework it a bit and repost it when I'm done. I really like this subject and beleive it can be an awesome pic if i manage it right.
     
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    I think Vancouver is one of the prettiest cities to photograph, day or night. I like 4 and 5 the best, they are all good though. Agree that 1 is a little blue.
     
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    I really dig number 5. Good job!
     
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    Good work. I like #2 and #5 the best.
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    Here's a recrop closer to the original. I'm not entirely convinced it's more interesting with the full view. Anybody have any thoughts on how i can improve on framing this?

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    staples center?

    That wooden statue kind of reminds me of that scene from Night of the museum, Gum gum for the Dum dum! haha.. ok off topic..LOL

    anyway. Nice pics... :)
     
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    I really like #2, but personally I like the larger crop rather than the one you have up top.

    #3 for me is a great shot but it lacks interest. I like #4 but I agree, it should be a little darker because it seems a little washed out. #5 is a beautiful picture but you should definitley tone down the blue a bit.
     
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    I like the closer original crop better.
     
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    I like the first closer crop. In film (tv shows & movies) when they want to get a tighter crop on someones face they do a similar shot (cut the forehead off).
     

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