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pablophotographer 10 1.9k 409
29 Jun 2017 1:10AM
Nice angle and interesting architecture but exposure time seems to be short. This looks too dark to me, probably because almost 1/3 of the frame, on the left is in shadow. Converting in mono is a good idea, but did you darken it then?
pablophotographer
29 Jun 2017 10:17PM
Looks good to me, but it may be my super-bright smartphone screenWink
Only small round blemish I can see on the left, caused probably by lens flare...
Great capture of this geometrical puzzleSmile
Deep shadows add a character to the whole picture!
Daniela
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2017 12:37PM
Beautiful architectural photography...
Isabel GrinGrin
PentaxBro 4 43 3
30 Jun 2017 7:31PM

Quote:Nice angle and interesting architecture but exposure time seems to be short. This looks too dark to me, probably because almost 1/3 of the frame, on the left is in shadow. Converting in mono is a good idea, but did you darken it then?
pablophotographer


Dear Pablo,
Thank you for your vote & constructive criticism.
Yes, I have darken it to preserve some privacy of the building and people-(bottom shadows) as well to add contrast and some dramatization to the scene, but maybe I overdid it a bitWink
I have checked it at 75-100% brightness on my screen and it looks reasonable...
But it all depends what you wanna see and what you wanna showWink
Thanks,
JacobSmile

BobinAus Plus
6 3 10 Australia
30 Aug 2017 11:54AM
Bleak towers indeed! I like the way this image has been rendered in dark tones. What I guess is actually a vibrant facade of vegetation and glass takes on an air of gloom and cheerlessness, which goes very well with the strong vertical perspective. Nicely conceptualised, Jacob.

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