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    Under the 'peoples mover'

    Under the 'peoples mover'

    thinking - whether it is necessary to cut steps??

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    Re: Under the 'peoples mover'

    Yegor

    This is like one of mine from a few days ago - it looks over-sharpened when first viewed, but then you click on it and see the larger version in the lightbox, it is fine.

    I think this is a very good image. There are good contrasts in shape, texture and form. I did not understand the title. Is this building a hub for public transport - Air, Train, Bus?

    The one part of the image I feel does not work so well are the steps right at the bottom of the frame. For me, there is a very strong horizontal line that effectively means that the top of the steps is the bottom of the image. And I think that what comes below that strong horizontal line is not required in the image.

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    Re: Under the 'peoples mover'

    Thanks, Donald! About PMover -http://www.apmvenezia.com/
    In my opinion, better without the steps, but they create the effect of altitude. thus the whole way that we can see - two feet above the ground

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    Re: Under the 'peoples mover'

    Very nice use of perspective and repeating elements, Yegor. The whole scene looks a bit too bright for me so I would probably suggest a -1/3 to 2/3 EV adjustment on the edit? Your composition is really good on this one. Congrats!

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    Re: Under the 'peoples mover'

    Quote Originally Posted by jiro View Post
    Very nice use of perspective and repeating elements, Yegor. The whole scene looks a bit too bright for me so I would probably suggest a -1/3 to 2/3 EV adjustment on the edit? Your composition is really good on this one. Congrats!
    Thanks! Yes, it agree! A lot of light, but and it is conceived! I have made so specially to pass an atmosphere of day, light, white stones and white colors. I think, all in a context

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    Re: Under the 'peoples mover'

    If that's the case, then you did a very good job combining all the elements with that vision. Cheers.

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    Re: Under the 'peoples mover'

    Thanks 4 comment!

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