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06/05/2004 08:33:43 PM · #1
I wasn't a member when they had the my home town challenge. I took this shot Friday during my lunch break and Im pretty happy with it - your opinions are greatly appreciated. Thank You.

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06/05/2004 08:41:06 PM · #2
hello...hey i'll say it needs to be cropped a little to remove the tree in the bottom left hand corner and it can be cropped to aline the tall building on the left to the edge. As well the other side too. Perhaps, underexpose it some more, appears to be too bright. Of course it's shot at around noon. Maybe shoot it again with the sun comeing up or even down to give it some warmth..have fun
06/05/2004 08:49:32 PM · #3
Here is the photo cropped on both sides and with the brightness toned down a bit. Thanks again for the feedback.

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06/05/2004 08:53:22 PM · #4
Iliked it better before the crop. The tree IS distracting, but you can clone it out. The tight crop makes me feel like I have no room to move. It feels very constrained. That is an awesome pick by the way. It really shows the skyline as a beautiful thing.

drake
06/05/2004 08:59:53 PM · #5
Hey...i like it. lol.

the more i look at the better i like the first one. i definately think that when you lowered the brightness, the sky got to be too grey... i know they say you shouldnt take an noontime, but i think that the buildings look crisp, which is something i like to see when im in a city.

and i cant decide about the crop....maybe try cropping up, instead of from the side. i like the space next to the building that you cropped out....hmm.

-Danielle-
06/05/2004 09:02:37 PM · #6
I've was in cleveland for the first time. Back in April. well, let me tell you it wasn't a good trip, rainy and foggy for the whol 5 days I was there. You can see some pics here
In the airport
Rock and Roll hall of fame
Hall of fame again
Bridges
Foggy days
Port

Still a nice city overall. just a bad timing from my part. didn't have a choice, it was a business trip after all.
06/05/2004 09:57:08 PM · #7
Originally posted by BruB:

I've was in cleveland for the first time. Back in April. well, let me tell you it wasn't a good trip, rainy and foggy for the whol 5 days I was there. You can see some pics here
In the airport
Rock and Roll hall of fame
Hall of fame again
Bridges
Foggy days
Port

Still a nice city overall. just a bad timing from my part. didn't have a choice, it was a business trip after all.


Lovely photos...it looks like a great city, i think im going to have to go there sometime...
06/05/2004 10:15:19 PM · #8
Very nice. I don't even mind the tree! I think you did a nice job; however I like the cropped one best. :o)
06/06/2004 10:08:48 AM · #9
I like the picture because it's from a different location than most of the Cleveland skyline shots I usually see. Good job!
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