Riverfront silhouette

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  1. Sand_On_The_Breeze

    Sand_On_The_Breeze TPF Noob!

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    I posted this a while ago in the Photo Gallery. I like the mood and empty feel of the photo. Thought I'd finally have it critiqued. Any comments and suggestions are appreciated. Thanks for looking.

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    i really like this one! very moody. it seems to have a slight right-to-left tilt though. aside from that i cant think of anything else to critique!
     
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    I think I'd like it better if the lights on those lamp posts were off. I really like the bird sitting on the lamp post to the right, though (Yeah I know, it's not the subject of the photo, I still think it adds to it :))
     
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    Thanks for the suggestions. It does seem like the railing is slightly tilted, though the horizon appears straight. I'll play around with it and see what works best.
     
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    The image isn't so much tilted. There's a bit of a parallax problem as a result of tipping the camera. This is (of course) remedied with Photoshop.

    I do agree. With such a strong, graphic element as the railing, the verticle lines should be plumb.
     

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