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17 Jul 2009 2:05PM
that has impact

William

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shandoor 7 1 United Kingdom
17 Jul 2009 2:08PM
Super image with wonderful lighting and colours super view point
Alexa
17 Jul 2009 2:15PM
That's ace.. that cloud look has the appearence of a wave rolling into the beach, excellent pic. I copied it to my desktop to have a little play in photoshop, hope you don't mind. I desaturated it a bit and knocked the hue up, looks quite cool, doesnt have the impact of your original though, nice work.
8Mfps 7 80 United Kingdom
17 Jul 2009 2:34PM
Agree with all the above. But noticed something in the image that gave me have a wry smile. In the bottom left is a magnificent church and on the right the signs read "now think free".
PeelNStick 12 4 United States
17 Jul 2009 2:42PM
Great city shot.
ChrisV Plus
9 1.3k 26 United Kingdom
17 Jul 2009 2:59PM
Lovely shot, the highly saturated, streaked sky is particularly effective.

Looking at it though I couldn't shake the feeling the alignment is off true by a very slight amount. It's difficult to judge because of course there's no clear horizon line to get a level from. At the larger resolution, going on the verticals of the buildings (there's little or no convergence, so you've done very well with the angle) I reckon a CC rotation of 1 about rights it.

I can't be absolutely sure - you'd be able to get a truer measure at the full resolution of your shot - what do you think?
17 Jul 2009 3:06PM
Superb night scene.
Dave
17 Jul 2009 3:15PM
Thanks guys!

Oddly enough I haven't touched the saturation with this image. I tweaked the white balance and added some unsharp mask, but that's it.

ChrisV - I spent quite a lot of time wondering about the alignment. I too can't shake the feeling that it needs anohter 1 percent, but then I thought maybe it was an optical illusion because of the height of the buildings on the left obscures the horizon.

So I'm not sure!
Emmog 7 38 1 England
17 Jul 2009 8:33PM
Fantastic sky and exposure
Matt

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