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Lloyd's of London

By ChrisPritchard
Photograph of Lloyd's of london, took this for an insurance broker who wanted so pics for there wall. Wondering what you guys thik?
thanks

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devlin 7 653 39 India
22 Jul 2010 5:18PM
Good Shot, the mono works for me the shot gives a good sense of scale Smile

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jayhawk2000 11 12 3 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2010 8:26PM
A creative angle, a strong subject, lots of interesting lines, but shame about the bleached-out sky.

Maybe crop it out entirely, so it becomes more abstract?

Or make the dull sky less of an issue by going for a different orientation, like I've done? Just my 2p and a 2 second Photoshop tweak lol
paulbroad 10 123 1195 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2010 11:19PM
Good angle but badly burnt out at the top. Classic example of expose for the highlights, then correct the shadows. The 7D has a superb metering system but was sure, as any other camera, to over expose the sky and building top here if you didn't intervene.

Paul
Jestertheclown 9 7.6k 252 England
22 Jul 2010 11:37PM
As has been said, the viewpoint is great.
As for the sky, my first thought was to go the same route as Frank and import one from somewhere else but I reconsidered and decided to go the other way and remove what little detail is left in the original.
I've burned it out completely using levels, then darkened what was left, again in levels, added contrast and deliberately over-sharpened it.

Jester.
Thank you so much for all your help, ive cut out the sky and replaced it with another which i took earlier today. Thanks a lot everyone for your help x

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