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a different view of my favourite hig rise building in london.

Camera:Canon EOS 3000
Lens:35mm
Recording media:film
Title:canary wharf
Username:dgutierrez dgutierrez
Uploaded:20 Apr 2007 - 1:38 PM
Tags:Architecture, Cityscapes, London high rise, Modern architecture
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randomrubble
10 May 2007 - 2:03 PM

OK, so you've chosen not to worry about converging verticals and accentiated this by working at an angle. That's fine, however this approach, I'd suggest, requires that you end up with a clean image to give maximum impact.

Staring from that viewpoint I find the bottom quarter of this image a little cluttered. The street light and canpy are both problems, particularly the light. I would also suggest that now that you've scanned the image you should up the contrast generall and the sky in particular, you can use the hue/saturation adjustment in PS to darken the blues and give a richer sky.

I'd also suggest that it might be worth poping back and trying to get a cleaner version of the composition.

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