not sure how the potrait works,,,, maybe would have been better in landscape,,, what do you think?
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shyeen (317) 2004-03-15 22:13
Nice capturing on Crown with different colours! I wish to sharpen a bit to make the lights steady a bit. You may be prefer to have it this way, I just try it, hope you don't mind.
bgladman (1153) 2004-03-16 0:30
i think that the vertical orientation is appropriate in this instance given the prominence of the crown towers. I agree though that the image is a little blurred even with the use of a tripod. Maybe a faster film would have helped?
MKING (3054) 2004-03-16 4:41
The vertical orientation serves to isolate the Crown Towers hotel from the rest of the casino so I think the composition is good.
The highlights may be a little overexposed and I think the fuzziness is due to this looking like it was scanned from the print rather than the negative. Perhaps stopping down the aperture a little (I don't know if you have already) might sharpen the highlights and give them that attractive spoke effect.
On the whole it's an attractive night capture.
Toba_O (123) 2007-06-27 10:57
GOOD Reflection but a little bit unsharp.
- Copyright: trevor oconnell (summiteer) (38)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-00-00
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Canon 1000FN, Kodak Gold 100
- Exposure: 30 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2004-03-15 21:40