Critique: Landscapes from my trip to Israel

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  1. This_guy

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    I recently took a trip to Israel and would love some critiques on my pictures!

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    I was very happy how they all came out with the original shots and then post processing. However, I would love some new opinions!


     
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    First of all, I would suggest numbering these to make it easier to comment. :)

    The first two and the last one for me have too much sky. If there had been life in the sky like a dramatic sky, then it could work, but the horizon is too central with no real reason for it.

    The Jerusalem one might have been better had you moved the camera to the left a little bit. The towers need a bit more space and also they make the right hand part of the shot look empty. I might have been tempted to zoom in more to get the mosque and other buildings looking bigger in the frame. There isn't really a lot of interest in the right hand side of the frame compared to the left.

    Looks like you had an interesting time! :)
     

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