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i shot this when finding new perspective of KLCC.
and found this works for me in B&W
what do you think guys?
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I like the detail in this and the fact that everything's well focused.
I particularly like the idea that you've had here and to some extent, I think it's worked.
Sadly though, that the composition just doesn't work for me. I think that you needed to concentrate on the two towers in the centre, perhaps as a portrait and leave the other bits out.
Hope this helps.
wow, it worked!
but i still like di landscape format. and your right about the building at the left and right side. i think if i edited in photoshop to remove that building that would works right?
I certainly think it would look better.
I kept thinking last night when I looked at this that there was something wrong with the composition but I just can't decide quite what it is!
It's one of those shots where, if it were mine, I'd make a whole pile of different crops and adjustments and probably never really decide which one worked the best.
I should also have added, because I did think it at the time, that B/W is the way to go in my opinion.
I really think Ade, that this is going to be a success story. You just need to try changing a few things. I think it will come right all of a sudden.
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