Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by 92graymax, Jan 11, 2007.
any c&c would be helpful.
Is it a picture of the buildings in the fog or a picture of the artwork? If the former then lose the artwork. If the latter then you need to show more of the bottom of the frame and reframe the shot to show the artwork at it's best.
oh....and adding some fill light to the artwork would help.
what ebv you have done?
I think the lights bursting out of the windows is a little distraction. I think this is caused by slight overexposure and fog.
Picture fills slightly cramped as well. Were you as wide as you could go?
where is that? Looks familiar but I don't think it is.
Looks good to me.
I like it, reminds me of home.
Thanks, this was a wide as I could get I would of liked to get more of the bottom but none of this was planned I was just walking around downtown after work one night. Originaly I thought that the art work in that setting is what made the scene interesting, personaly I dont think either of them(buildings or artwork) alone would be interesting.
[n00b] I don't know what that is, I thought that was a flash or something.[/n00b]
I agree with the windows being blownout, especially in the bottom right, but I don;t know of much else that can be done .
Chicago, Michigan Ave area.
what camera/lens did you use?
I think it looks great besides the bottom right corner. The fog definitely makes the photo better. Nice angle, also.
E300 with the kit 14-45.
My eye keeps going to the upper left. As JC said, maybe a little fill on the art or possibly open the lens up a little so that the background isn't quite as distracting.