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mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.8k 2122 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 8:01AM
And the main structure was completed in just 30 years...
Classic view, I know exactly where you took this! It does look to me to need a slight rotation anti-clockwise.
With an architecture shot, it's a good idea to check against the grid as part of your workflow. (It's under View). The vertical line nearest to the middle of the screen needs to be true, but that can be tricky with a structure like this where the corners of the tower are not actually vertical, they get narrower towards the top.
Skew is also useful. (Under Image> Transform). It enables you to adjust the corners individually - here, dragging bottom right outwards a wee bit would do the trick, and it avoids the need to crop the frame.
Moira

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Nikonuser1 Plus
7 161 16 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 8:44AM
Like this a lot, well capturedSmile

Cliff
Richsr 12 91 223 England
16 Jul 2014 8:50AM
Good timing with the evening light and the lighiting on the building
Regards
Richard
16 Jul 2014 8:50AM
Superb low light capture.
Effrossini
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 10:28AM
An iconic building which you've captured so well.
Peter.
chase Plus
14 1.3k 281 England
16 Jul 2014 10:28AM
Lovely light capture Fiona,I'm with Moira on the rotation score though.
NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 11:28AM
A beautifully composed and exposed architectural study.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
16 Jul 2014 3:49PM
Well Done Fiona
It's beautiful, I like it
Alan
sawsengee Plus
13 6 28 Malaysia
16 Jul 2014 4:52PM
beautiful night shot with splendid light, colours & visual atmosphere Smile
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
16 Jul 2014 5:39PM
Excellent lighting here-- wonderful view!
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4072 Canada
16 Jul 2014 6:36PM
It was built with cranes, but not the modern type we know. They were quite clever with lifting methods.

JCB power was provided by many hundreds of poorly paid labourers.

A 1 degree CCW rotation does it when measure from the centre.

I would increase exposure and darken black to be black, and add a bit of sky. Sharpened a touch.

Uploaded mod, - the light seems to glow a little better?


regards

Willie
danbrann 15 640 17
16 Jul 2014 8:24PM
Asuperb shot and once it's its vertical you have a winner

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