The Taj Mahal

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  1. shutterfingers

    shutterfingers TPF Noob!

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    Hi,

    Here are a few photographs of the majestic Taj Mahal.

    Would appreciate some feedback. Thanks.


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    I think the third one is the best. Although I don't think there is anything special about these pictures. They look like some random vacation shots. But again, that's just my view.
     
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    Watch out for people!!! What I mean by that is... in the first one you have two where they are cut in half (and possibly a third that is just barely showing the top of his head). This really gives off the impression that there was real no thought put into the composion of the shot.
     
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    I agree.
     
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    I've been to the Taj Mahal, and in some ways the people around it are part of what makes that place (and India in general) so interesting. The building itself is stunning, but it is surrounded by beautiful gardens and is part of a large complex. Incorporating some of those other elements (people, garden, surroundings) would probably give more context and meaning to the images.
     

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