Singapore Night

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  1. Sak

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    A picture of Singapore in a clear night.:wink:

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    Beautiful shot, great colors.
     
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    It may just be your hosting site compressing the image, but it feels over sharpened to me. I like the colors, but the sky feels unnatural, a little too flat... did you cover something up?
     
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    The sky does look too blue, but I kind of like it. The long shutter for the cars is a nice touch too.
     
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    Very nice shot! I know about where this was taken, in the govermental district "old city" correct? Man I miss Singapore! :(
     
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    looks like a computer generated image. . . .
     
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    Hi,

    thanks for your reply......shall work on it to improve my skills! :wink:

    This photo was taken using Nikon D80.
    Not much processing was done except for some cropping to avoid too much distractions from the corners.

    Miss Singapore? Welcome back! :lol:

    Sak
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    If it were shot a little earlier in the evening, ambient light would have given more detail to the darker areas.

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