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Good keribar 2010-06-12 4:39

Hello,
Although the picture seems attractive at first glance, I think that there are some tactical mistakes in the graphism. I believe that there are two ways of shooting architecture: Either We respect the verticals and shoot the building as it looks or we raise the camera with a particular angle and then the shape changes completely. But sometimes the photographer can find an attractive angle and we may also like this kind of dynamic result. But what I am not sure of is the fact that in this particular case you have chosen symmetry which does not really look symmetrical. I would have preferred a deliberate raising of the camera and a better control of the two sides .

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Old 06-12-2010, 03:59 PM
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I find I spend a lot of time trying to decide exactly where the horizon lies. If I take a photograph from slightly off centre, I oftentimes end up with one potential horizontal line sloping down and another sloping up. In most of my picture-taking, I make use of the cross hatching on the screen to overlay the picture and gain a perspective on the subject. I am aware of this issue and try my best. I shall return to the original photo and re-edit to see if I can improve.

Thank you, Ken
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