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Liverpool Skyline

By aligray
Any Better - trying all the information from you good folk - I would like to think this one is better than my previous - thanks for all your help Smile keep them comments coming Smile

Tags: City River Liverpool Sand Skyline Architecture Mersey Fishermen

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paulbroad 9 117 1075 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2012 8:35AM
The image looks strong but if it is supposed to be natural, the colours look very strange. Not sure what you have done in processing. Problem at this size may be related to over sharpening partly.

Paul

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Focus_Man 6 481 631 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2012 9:40AM
I prefer your earlier picture Alison, the colours here make for a strange surreal image and I do prefer the Mersey as a foreground to the sand at New Brighton, even though the anglers do add a pleasing dimension. (not sure there is this much sand anywhere else on the east coast of Wirral?) You are showing a super sky here and are correct to accentuate it.

Time was when Liverpool's waterfront was just 'The Three Graces' with the pilotage house a little bit south, all could be easily fitted into a frame with a nice tight well balanced image. Now the watrfront stretches for so along, both north and south, that we end up with these long panoramic images instead and it makes balancing an image a bit more difficult.

You have shown here the full extent, we can still recognise 'The Graces' and the anglican cathedral, but they are fast being engulfed by modern architecture. I am sure you will continue to play with the original and will end up with a cracker.

Frank
aligray 10
15 Nov 2012 10:31PM
Thanks for the comments, I like this composition compared to the other, and I do like to mess with my pictures, always trying to get a good one Smile I think the main problem was it was getting overcast and dull and i tried to lighten up the picture, but struggled to do so Sad maybe I will get there again but in the morning and not at 3.45 when its starting to go dull Sad

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