Seattle - city of grunge

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  1. Verbal

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    I *KNOW* it's not perfect, so tell me what to do differently. =)

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    The composition looks good to me but it could do with being lightened up a little bit. I'm no expert though!
     
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    ditto - it does look rather dark.

    I would like to see the base of the tree in the foreground, cutting it out makes it look like it's floating there to me.
     
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    was the green colour cast intentional? if not, a bit of photoshopping would fix it (or a filter on-camera).

    I agree that the image is too dark, and the foreground tree does appear to be floating.

    A good picture nonetheless, and one to learn from!

    What do I know? :)
     
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    The horizan looks like it tilting down to the right.
     
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    You might try this in black and white too!!! I bet it would look pretty good. I like the color in this though, but seems a bit dark as stated above.
     
  7. terri

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    I agree, this would probably make a nice B&W, since you have good contrast, it just needs a bit of lightening overall. The greenish tinge in this image is a little offsetting. I like the composition, and the slant of the building. Very nice lines. :thumbup:
     

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