Palais Grand Garden

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  1. Polygon

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    The central building in the Grand Garden (big park) in Dresden. Did some perspective correction to get the vertical lines straight. Comments and critique (especially on the perspective because I've done that for the first time) are welcome.

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    Camera: NIKON D50
    Shutter: 1/60s
    Aperture: f/6.3
    Focal Length: 23mm
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    I think the perspective worked out well, it looks awesome!
    (personally, i'd add some luminosity cause it's a bit dark)
    Nice shot!
     
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    Very interesting shot! It looks like the building is wider on the top as on the ground. As it would blow. :D Like on some funny cartoons (Dexters, Jonny Bravo, etc) where all the buildings has some funny perspectives...
     
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    Ok I'll try and go for a little more brightness/contrast when I find the time for it.

    @cumi:
    Yeah guess that's right. I just don't know really wheter I should cry or laugh about it ;-) because I like it that way somewhat.

    Thanks for your comments.
     
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    perspective works, but I recommend to modify the sky, so the picture is going to be more impressive. :)
     
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    How would you modify the sky to achieve that?
     

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