Thai Temple

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Eric., Dec 6, 2005.

  1. Eric.

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    This is from my trip this summer to Thailand.
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    Took me a few seconds to understand what #2 was. I like #1
     
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    I like #1 more :)
     
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    My bosses would go nuts over these. (I work in a Thai Restaurant here in Aus).

    Nice shooting. :)
     
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    Great composition in the top one! I love seeing all that empty sky. :thumbup:
     
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    shot # 1 is great, I really like the perspective, and heavy weight at the bottom of the frame.
     
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    Thank you thank you!

    I too like #1 a whole lot more, there is something about number 2 I'm really not happy with.
     
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    I saw the first one of these on DA and really liked it. I has such an old feel with a great perspective!
     
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    I am just going to agree with everyone else, #1 is :thumbup:
     
  10. Eric.

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    Thanks Darin and Nuts!

    I think I understand what you mean Darin. The top of the temple points right (just about) into the center of this darker area that has a sweet halo around it, which stands out to me the most.
     
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    Eric, not happy with 2? Mmm... I like number two... might just be the framing... have you tried cropping in on # 2, and going with a vertical composition? Is there any room down at the bottom for the objects to live in, or is that as shot? Hope you don't mind... I tried a crop, I can remove it if you would like. Also tweaked the curves to pop the sheet and head.

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