Night Sculpture

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  1. craig

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    I shot this during a commercial shoot a couple of days ago. I enjoy the contrast between the foreground and background colors. As always; further exploration may provide some interesting frames. At this moment in time I still had three night shots left of a way to huge building. In all honesty I would have diverted from the commercial shots, but it had just finished raining and I thought to get the shots I needed then head home.

    ƒ5 at 15 seconds
    27mm
    Tungsten White Balance
    Pattern meter
    Aperture priority

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    it is an interesting shot and i like the colours but it seems a tad wonky to me? is it on a slope?
     
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    I can not say that I had the level on this one, but I did have a level. I like the "wonky" feel.
     
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    I like it, The sculpture on the left reminds me of a tuba and I like the contrast between back and foreground. It does look wobbly but I think it is because of the slope of the ground not because of your photo skills. That is what my eye sees.
     
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    Thanks! The quality is not there, but some how I like this one. Just goes to show ya... play with your white balance settings.
     

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