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    The Carillion

    This was taken from Lake Burley Griffin (Canberra) ISO was set to 1250....
    hope you like it C&C welcome,cheers.

    The Carillion

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    Re: The Carillion

    Dante

    You've exposed it very well for the building. I think many people might have given a bit more to get more detail into the dark areas and totally blown the light tones (which are, in the main, the building). Well done.

    Given it is such a strong part of the overall image, the building actually occupies only a small percentage of the frame. Along with that, I am asking myself: What's in the right hand half of the picture to really attract my interest? Answer = Nothing. So ..........

    What about re-cropping it into a portrait orientation OR cropping it to be a square picture (starting from the bottom left-hand corner)? That will allow the building to have proper dominance in the frame and, maybe, give you a more powerful image? Something to consider as an option.
    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 17th December 2010 at 05:57 PM.

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    Re: The Carillion

    Yes,something like this.....

    The Carillion

    OR - There is a question - a vertical picture can be much better?

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    Re: The Carillion

    Thank you Gentlemen.....love this forum, learned more and more..... from you guys CHEERS!

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    Re: The Carillion

    What would a 'portrait' orientation look like? - thus keeping the reflection as well?.....I wonder

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    Re: The Carillion

    I assume! A building with its reflection in water

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