Singapore Landscape

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  1. Ghaz1

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    Daylight

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  2. D-B-J

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    last shot is by far the best.
     
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    Love the last image. great looking cityscape
     
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    I agree the last one is something special.

    I like your idea of taking the same shot at different times of the day though as in 1&2. But #2 is too grainy for my tastes. I do like #1 though. If it is possible to re-create the shot. I'd try a graduated neutral density filter, to "cut down" on the flare from the sun. A bit of flare is ok, but IMO there is a bit too much here.
     
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    Not like the singapore i remember 20 years ago.
     
  6. Ghaz1

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    Hey glad you liked it. Personally, i like the way the tones of blue in the sky gradually darkened. Had to be careful to keep the tones while not losing the detail in the water.

    Thanks Doug.

    Wonderful suggestion Moodyville-ain! I was guiding a group of newbie photographers when i took this shot and my camera really stood out amongst all the DSLR on the tripods. Yup, i was using a P&S, albeit a darn good one but still, can't attach a graduated filter on it, but i'd do it when i shoot with the DSLR definitely. No.2 has a certain film-like quality that appeals to me.

    Yes Schwettylens, this is the "new" skyline of the past 5 years or so. Rapid changes. I'll put up the more familiar "olden" landscape in another thread. ;)
     

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