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    Brisbane at dusk

    C&C please!

    1. 5.19pm

    Brisbane at dusk
    056A4465bris2 by tonyw36, on Flickr

    2. 5.30pm

    Brisbane at dusk
    056A4499bris15 by tonyw36, on Flickr

    3. 6.13pm

    Brisbane at dusk
    056A4559bris49 by tonyw36, on Flickr

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    Re: Brisbane at dusk

    Nice images; were you indoor or outdoor?

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    Re: Brisbane at dusk

    The first one is possibly a fraction dark in the foreground. Maybe crop to a different size ratio and lose a bit of foreground; unless you want it to be a series of three shots.

    Otherwise looks fine to me.

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    Re: Brisbane at dusk

    Nandakumar, I took these from the balcony of an apartment building on a hill overlooking the city. There was no glass in front of me.

    Geoff, I should crop a little from the bottom of the first picture as you suggest and a very small amount from the second to make them all about the same. The older houses are important to the message though.

    To me, the impact of these images is mostly dependent on the colour. I have noticed that the brightness and colour saturation seem to change whenever I look at them and they look very different on different computer screens. On our iMac they look brightest and best. Perhaps everybody else is seeing something different.

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    Re: Brisbane at dusk

    Tony tack sharp images with some lovely light. The first does look a little dark on my screen. About 1/4 stop increase in exposure in ACR worked for me.

    Dave

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    Re: Brisbane at dusk

    If you had not stated that the houses were part of your message, I would have suggested cropping the bottom portion.
    Taking this into consideration I find these very nice images, especially the third one.


    Bruce

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