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Early morning at the waterfront
i went up to take pictures of the rising sun, when i saw these red buildings behind me.
crop +vibrance +contrast (removed also some sensor dust spots)
Jun 19, 2009
800 x 600 pixels
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[Jun 20, 2009 at 08:17 AM]
You'll have George on you with that title taking up image space
A good composition with the waterway providing a natural lead-in and the pylons on the left. Of, course, those red buildings are the stars and I like the recession they give plus their glorious reflections. Sometimes we are so focused on the view in front that we ignore that behind us.
[Jun 20, 2009 at 08:57 AM]
LOL... yep i always try to look at things a different way.
the title... was a euhm... thing i rarely do, i had to because the 800x600 format tha i use to upload my picture would have made a nasty white line below/above the picture. i couldnt crop it more since the dark area on the left adds to the whole of the picture balance. (cropping it made the picture look off-balance in my opinion, so i made a black bar and a title.)
[Jun 20, 2009 at 05:29 PM]
A lovely shot Arpat, the misty morning giving the shot a subdued look and just the hint of red in the top of the sky. Very well done indeed, a great shot.
Can't understand tho' about your upload size, I just make the longest side of my shot 900 pixels and let Ps take care of the other side. I then 'save as' and keep the file size to as near as possible 250Kb and upload the file.
[Jun 20, 2009 at 10:42 PM]
Hi George, it is indeed more the automated process that i try to follow that made me take this descision. It isn't mandatory, and not really needed. I just need to let go of some habits
Thanks for your comment on the picture!
[Jun 23, 2009 at 07:27 AM]
A great shot Arpat I always say look behind you as well when taking photographs you will often get 2 for the price of one (no more titles please)
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