The red moment in Shah Alam. I've been to the same spot for many, many times and so far this is the best result I can get. I can't really believe it until I see with my naked eyes. The red colour is real only I did a little bit colour adujustment with a little help from photoshop software.
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kclai (2267) 2005-06-22 3:30
Hi Kok Leong
Spectacular view of the mosque against such wonderfual and warm evening sky. The color effect is good. The framing is well presented.
I have visit your profile and found that you most photographed collection are mainly architecture.
Another note is that you need to be with TE community to improve yourself and your photography technique.
Try to cater some time to visit other members galleries and do note some comments and critics.
It has no harm done when commenting and critising. This is where we, photographer gain our respect with each other and thus, improving ourself.
I appreciate most of your shot which you took off your time to capture all those spectacular scenery.
Truely, your shot is totally different from the other, e.g. the KLCC shot and the mosque shot.
You got the artistic skill to create such atmospheric pic and the angle to put a different view to each of the pic.
A very well done job, Kok Leong.
Keep up the work and keep up the sharing, too.
banyanman (7789) 2005-06-22 12:16
Hi Kok Leong,
Yes, we do get red skies like this in KL from time to time - it is usually after rain and when there is still a little bit of smoke haze in the sky. I can remember a couple of days like this earlier in the month. Some small points - I have a feeling that this is slightly crooked and needs rotating about 0.5 degrees counter clockwise. Also I think it could be improved by sharpening the edges a little more and cropping a little harder at the top. Have a look at the version I have put in the workshop and see what you think (sorry I lost your border in the process).
Cheers . . . David
Paolo (41230) 2005-07-22 6:19
What a great sunset Kok!
excellent colors and light a little bit poor of focus on the mosque, but the composition is really wonderful.
the sky was on fire!
- Copyright: Kok Leong Yee (klyee75) (778)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2005-06-06
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Nikon D70, Nikon 18-70mm DX
- Exposure: f/16, 30 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Final Version, Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2005-06-21 22:54