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Houses at Emirates Royal Docks

By eightpixels
This location is next to the Emirate royal docks cable car station. Shot taken after a heavy down pour. Wanted what improvements can be made?

Tags: Docks Landscape and travel

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banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3457 Canada
28 Jan 2013 12:29AM
Its a good documentary shot Krishna.

I would only suggest that the white balance is on the cool side for a sunny day, better a little warmer, and add a little more saturation to the colours.


Uploaded a mod.


Regards


Willie

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Focus_Man 6 481 631 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2013 8:51AM
A nice record shot but I think that I would have zoomed in a little tighter. Using a prime lens doesn't give you that opportunity unless you can walk on water. I would also have been tempted, given that you have selected a balanced composition, to clone out the two buoys to leave the eyes exactly upon your main subjects, the cranes.

Why the negative exposure compensation?

Frank
paulbroad 8 114 1033 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2013 7:40PM
Satisfactory record but tones and colours a bit weak,. Even with negative compensation, looks a tiny bit over exposed. Darken a touch and lift the contrast to give some punch.

Paul
29 Jan 2013 5:40AM
Thank you all. I did feel there was something missing. Without having done much mod, except some cropping I uploaded this. Planning to visit this site shortly.

Frank, negative comp as it was overexposed on the LCD. And thought i needed the buoys in the foreground to describe the area.

Once again your critiques are helpful. Will play with the original RAW and upload a mod.

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