What I consider to be my best work so far

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by JDBB, Jul 8, 2008.

  1. JDBB

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    Please feel free to C&C

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    I can see why you like these. They're well done.

    I don't know that I care for the top of the building being cut off where it is in the second shot. It seems to me that the upper end of the photo ought to be either higher or lower. But that's just one reaction.
     
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    #2 and #3 are tops!!!
     
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    Thx for the comments guys! I know, it really sucks but right behind me there was a fence so I couldnt back up to take a larger shot.
     
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    Definitely neat shots. I wonder if perhaps a bit less sharpening might give you an interesting result.. (btw, you almost NEVER hear me say that... I'm a sharpening maniac) :)
     
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    Very nice shots!! I love the 3rd one!
     
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    Thank you guys. It means a lot to me that you like these =D
     
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    Nice shots! I can't decide if i like 1 or 2 best
     
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    Aww thanks mmcduffie1!
     
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    Nice, + the "but" you asked for... :wink: :

    I agree with the comment about the cut-off tower.

    Also -

    The building would look better if its (visually) main part is upright,
    which, in this case it is at about the center of the building.

    (Actually, this is true for any building or a prominent upright object,
    such as a street lamp, flag pole, etc'.)

    Sometimes, if, when the main part is vertical there's too much tilt
    at the side to look good, then the main part can be tilted a bit to
    create a better over-all look, but not as much as here.
     
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    Thanks Ben-71. I'll definetly keep that in mind ;)
     

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