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11-22-2008, 04:42 PM
I'm not sure what I should do with this photo. What do you think?
The only I see is that it might be too colourful but I don't know.
It's over saturated and I find it boring.
11-23-2008, 11:16 AM
Not bad, rather it is really interesting to me. I enjoy your photograph. Thank you for sharing.
11-23-2008, 01:42 PM
The biggest issue that jumps out is that it needs a bit of rotation counter clockwise. Your vertical edges are leaning quite a bit.
Beyond that, it is a photo of a building. There is nothing to identify this building to anyone who does not know it, and it seems as if we are looking at the backside of it. Is it a hotel, office building, what? It also seems a bit soft, but that may be just a result of resizing and such. I think we all experience that from time to time.
My 3-year old says that she doesn't like it. I asked her what she didn't like, and she told me the roof and windows, she likes the roof and windows on our house better. She also doesn't like the sign in the lower left side. On the up side, she does like the trees, especially the ones with the red flowers.
She's a tough critic.
11-24-2008, 01:29 PM
"She's a tough critic." Yeah, lol. Well, I guess the roof is over saturated but the windows? You most have really nice windows or I just have bad taste in window. hehe
Well, I posted it here because I wanted to improve and I think you help me so thanks. (=
11-24-2008, 03:22 PM
Like Craig says the image needs rotation. The eye naturally compares vertical and horizontal lines with the the frame edges - the slightest variance is noticeable as lines are powerful. If you straighten these it will help your composition. Good luck.
11-25-2008, 08:43 AM
Nothing particularly interesting, and a lot of distracting elements like the bit of wall at the bottom, the Central Vacuum plaza in front of the main element, and a lot of trees blocking our view of the main building.
I wonder if it were possible to walk around the building more, whether another perspective might have presented itself with fewer distracting elements?
11-25-2008, 01:06 PM
Along with the other comments, the image a seems soft. Almost like the camera was hand help and the image zoomed in to 200mm with too slow a shutter speed.
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