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Still learning the object and the composition. Taken on cloudly day, I hope get a better cloud as a background but it wasn't.
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The cloudy day hasn't helped the lack of contrast, and it looks like the camera on your phone isn't that sharp - some bits look unsharp and other bits look oversharpened.
I don't think this is a great angle, and the blank sky adds nothing either.
I think here you might have been better to concentrate on specific bits of dilapidation, excluding the sky altogether. Look at details that show the building is old - broken windows, graffiti, open doors etc.
The phone isn't really up to capturing high contrast scenes and high levels of detail, as they are optimised for taking pictures a few metres from the camera. Anything further than that and they struggle.
I would suggest staying away from subjects that involve large depth (like landscapes), unless it's a last resort or the scene is unmissable, as anything more than a few metres away will not be very sharp. Even a cheap compact camera will be more use than a camera phone if you intend to keep shooting this kind of thing.
Nick, Frank. I am now saving for dslr. I hope in may or june, i will start shoot from dslr. I feel, will waste my money if I buy cheap compact now. Meanwhile, i hope you are be patience seeing unsharp image from me. I will try staying away from landscape.
And Frank, david your mod awesome. I think, I must start learning photoshop.
thank you all for your comment and suggestion.
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