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  1. Wyjid

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    I was walking around downtown scouting out the area for a wedding shoot next month and took a few architecture shots while i was at it.

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    2 Roy Thompson Hall
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    3 building towering the spadina subway entrence east of roy thompson hall
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    Nice especially on the last. Interesting building. Nice colors, almost too vibrant
     
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    something i have to be careful of for digital display. i work on an HD screen and it has a high colour and contrast tolerance. while it works well to print, when i've taken them to other standard lcd or crt screens they sometimes blow out and oversaturate. usually only when im pushing contrast limits on my own screen. although it could of course be different taste too.
     
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    Wow the last one is awesome, so crisp and sharp
     
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    #3 is the best for me. nice shots. interesting crop at #1.
     
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    Oh this is a hard one... I love the flow that number 3 gives... But 4 is my favorite. It encompasses so much, which is what makes it so interesting. The reflections, contouring of linear and curvature, the texture of the tiles, wow ... blow it up and hang it.
     
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    I totally agree with Yemme on this one, I really cant decide between 3 & 4.
    Awesome!
     

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