Urban Sunrise

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  1. jadin

    jadin The Mad Hatter

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    The colors are very nice, and I really enjoy the movement through the picture...there is so much to look at, yet it doesn't seem to cluttered. My only real criticism is that the horizon line is splitting this in half, but because there is so much in the frame it seems that it doesn't detract too much. Very nicely done Jadin.
     
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    Ty!

    I took a couple dozen with various frames. I just liked the lighting and the placement of the geese in this one in particular.
     
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    Evocotive and peaceful, the exposure is bang on and the subject is captured beautifully. I think you did a great job here.
     
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    well done as usual jadin! post more often...your absense is noticed around these parts.
     
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    Beautiful shot!!! All the elements seem to be in place. I think the small building is in the center right of the frame is a tad distracting.
     
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    I love the composition here; it's so great that you had the cooperation of the ducks, too. ;)

    My biggest distraction here is the color, however...it seems overly saturated, particularly the reds. Not that it can't be intense at this time of day, just that my eye keeps going to them and I find I'm thinking about that, more than enjoying the view. :)
     
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    I really like it! :)
     
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    Thanks everyone!

    Jonmikal: summer's here and so am I
     
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    Very good picture Jadin, not much to critique. As terri pointed out may be a touch oversaturated. Very good compositon and the ducks add that little extra.
     
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    very tranquil looking location! great sky and reflections, good work!
     
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    awesome color & exposure, composition is spot on... frame it for me!

    there should be some sort of motivational caption about hard work, at the end of a long day, being worth it or some such verbage...
     

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