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Tibetan 3 3 England
18 Nov 2012 11:18AM
I always think this sort of shot works well, from dark to light as it draws you towards the light, hence a lead into the shot, well done I like this and the style nice shot, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 877 1436 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2012 11:53AM
A variation on a familiar theme. How strange - there seem to be three totally different worlds, parked next to each other.
Have you considered skewing the top corners outwards a bit? For me it would add to the formality of the composition, create a natural triptych.
Moira
nonur Plus
7 15 9 Turkey
18 Nov 2012 11:59AM
Well observed. Commercial benefit seekers often destroy the balance between function and elegance of architectural structures. This seems to be the case here, Jeff. It happens everywhere in the world.
Hermanus 3 4 South Africa
18 Nov 2012 1:17PM
Great photo you have here Jeff Smile
cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
18 Nov 2012 2:48PM

Quote:A variation on a familiar theme. How strange - there seem to be three totally different worlds, parked next to each other.
Have you considered skewing the top corners outwards a bit? For me it would add to the formality of the composition, create a natural triptych.
Moira

thanks, moira

I knew there was something that could transform this, but didn't have the vision...will have a go at a triptych Smile

jeff
cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
18 Nov 2012 2:50PM

Quote:Well observed. Commercial benefit seekers often destroy the balance between function and elegance of architectural structures. This seems to be the case here, Jeff. It happens everywhere in the world.

thanks, Nezih...even this `lounge' area was an addition to the original, but they clearly hungered for the commerciality of more bar/restaurant space, rather than maintain the elegance Sad
jeff
carper123 Plus
4 887 8 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2012 3:38PM
A good low light capture. Nice one.
Darryl. Smile
SlowSong Plus
7 6.0k 29 England
18 Nov 2012 5:21PM
I love this image - looking through lit windows is always interesting and the colours a great.
I wonder if perhaps you could have straightened it up though. I think it would have more impact.
x
cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
18 Nov 2012 6:16PM

Quote:I love this image - looking through lit windows is always interesting and the colours a great.
I wonder if perhaps you could have straightened it up though. I think it would have more impact.
x

thanks..I did try straightening but it seemed to upset some of the other lines..I think it is actually horizontal with the far shore of the lake, but admit it doesn't quite look right.. I might try some barrel distortion Smile
18 Nov 2012 6:29PM
The contrast of light and dark makes an excellent picture. Don

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