Through a Glass, Darkly

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  1. mwct

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    This shot was taken with a Canon Powershot S3 IS. There is a railing with steel bars and glass over the bars. This image was reflected in the glass; the bright spots are the reflections from the bars. You can see the reflection of the bicycles too and the man's right hand has some windows reflected on it.

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  2. sayambhu

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    the shot's really nice but if I were you, I would have let them advance 10 ft forward and get the clear view of the bicycle as well. that would fill the frame (one of the larger aspects of photography when you are not clicking faces or expressions) and cover up the huge white space telling really nothing on the right.

    try it next time. you have a different perspective here ! :)
     
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    speaking of frames . . . that huge border and made me scroll over to the right to see the whole photo since i'm on a laptop at the moment

    aside from that its too big to look like a small border and too small to look like a big border, go bigger or smaller in print, and definatly smaller here.
     

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