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03/12/2005 03:10:51 AM · #1
So this afternoon I took this shot from a rooftop bar at happy hour:

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I was wondering what you all think that I could do better, because I know I can. It was really just a snapshot because I live about two blocks from this place. I am thinking of taking a similar shot, with a little bit more setup, to make for a print. I know I'm new to this, but I thought I would try out here for better ideas. I just did channel mixer greyscale conversion, dodging and burning and adjusted the contrast. Thanks for any help.

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03/12/2005 09:49:52 AM · #2
Hello Ansel!

I like the dramatic sky. A polarising filter might help to bring out more detail in the mountains. Not bad thou.

PollyBean
03/12/2005 10:27:05 AM · #3
Nicer view than the bars where I live
03/12/2005 12:05:29 PM · #4
Lovely shot. My only comment is that I would like to see more light on the hillside, or at least more detail - it's quite dark.

Great job though.

John
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