Originally Posted by elboricua 6
Originally Posted by Kickmatic23
rizobs.. i like the original better.. it adds more to the picture... if you go with the cropped one there is too much sky imo and you should even it out between sky and skyline (i think someone said the same thing about someone else's pic a few pages back)
Yes - it was to him .....kdwallace wrote:
Originally Posted by rizobs
any tips or tricks?
I quite like both of your shots - technically they're good but I would have included a bit more of the ground - that would just make it more balanced IMO.
Anyways, your picture is tilted - the sky looks really good, but by cropping it and giving nothing but the sky really to look at - well it's not a good look .. also the original picture I like better, but I find the road to clash with the view and to be distracting -- if I was you I would of have stepped over the rails and aimed a little lower to have less sky and a little more land - it would of have even out a better and if anything focus on the middle of the picture - the mounting ridge that separate both views of the cities ... that would of have been a better composed picture IMO.. but I'm not an expert - that;'s just stuff I would of have done ...
BTW Kick, I might be going to the Aquarium this weekend (in Coney) - I'll let you know if my girl and I makes plans instead ...
I say the same thing...what I've learned since I started taking pictures/getting into photography is that, sometime you have to go some where youre not suppose to or take pictures of things that you arent suppose to go...hence me sneaking into a geisha photoshoot and getting kicked out.
or sneaking into a hotel so I can get a better shot of the shibuya crossing in japan.