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chineses new year lantern taken in boon lay singapore

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Title:one chineses new year lantern taken in boon lay singapore
Username:StevenBest StevenBest
Uploaded:5 Apr 2010 - 11:38 AM
Tags:Architecture, Chineses, Close-up / macro, Landscape / travel, Lantern, New, Singapore, Still life, Year
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paulbroad
paulbroad  681 forum posts United Kingdom842 Constructive Critique Points
5 Apr 2010 - 12:32 PM

And that is exactly what it is. A first class record capture. May benefit from a little extra brightness - lighten a little, then lift contrast.

Paul

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clicknimagine

you have not provided the camera, lens, shot settings information yet, and in this situation i find it very difficult to critique any image, but from the large view i can see there is some noise around the image, i guess you may have taken the shot in a low light situation increasing the iso, at that time if it was not possible to you to use a tripod, you could have at least taken a support of some stationary object to take the shot lowering the iso and shutter speed down, if you had this possibility in your camera,

probably a different angle would have helped you to exclude the bright highlighted area on the subject if it is a reflection, or if it is the result of light inside the ball, you have to fade that part down slightly at the time of post processing, after a careful study of the scene, i find the white balance should be corrected accordingly as the area around your subject may be lit by the tungsten light,

although it is all guessing, so it will be better to give that informations, so that we all can help you,

wish you best of luck for your future works...

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StevenBest
StevenBest e2 Member 4StevenBest vcard United Kingdom
10 May 2010 - 7:59 PM

To the people who have viewed this photo I thank you

Steven

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