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Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2020 2:34PM
Excellent metallic... You did justice to Kings Cross.
Excellent composition, Isabel GrinGrin
saltireblue Plus
10 11.4k 70 Norway
3 Nov 2020 4:14PM
Great use of that wide lens, and the composition, leading the eye on a natural journey to the very distance...and that roof is so photogenic, loads of scope there!
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.5k 2345 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2020 5:34PM
I love the way the curves swirl, there's the effect of a vortex sucking everything up and then spreading it out.
woolybill1 Plus
14 36 76 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2020 5:59PM
A seldom-mentioned recommendation for an ultra-wide or fisheye lens (or perhaps I've missed it) is to use it to emphasise the curves in curved subjects. This is an excellent example, and a fine b&w to boot.
Another recommendation for such lenses is to be extra careful not to include unwanted intrusions at the edges, such as bits of other photographers and their kit Blush
(N.B.: this is from both of us.)

Never mind: this is otherwise so well composed that the U.A. is appropriate and well deserved. Actually I'm envious of what a much-missed epz friend used to call an IWIHTT (I Wish I Had Taken This) BlushBlushBlush


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