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  #170 Rule of Thirds, Again
Entry 17 of 26
   
 
Changing Weather       ©2016 RobertLavker
Panasonic DMC-GX7       17th place, 68 points
1/400s, f5.5, ISO 125, 72mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: adjusted levels; decreased highlights, decreased shadows, increased contrast; adjusted hue and saturation; transform - skew; unsharp mask       Extra Info: None
 
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Amberbug
Apr 18, 2016
    Nice shot, sepia doesn't add anything for me.

Anthony Comyn
Apr 18, 2016
    The brownish tint is a bit much for me. The halo effect is ok I guess, but I actually need more contrast... I feel if you dropped the black point even more this would have increased the drama.

hifi
Apr 18, 2016
    I am not so sure about the sepia tone here, but overall a nice pic.

BarbroS
Apr 18, 2016
    Nicely achieved monochrome city-scape. I might have increased the highlights very slightly . But the picture is nice as is.

A.N.Other
Apr 17, 2016
    Not as obviously 'thirds' as some photos but nice and sharp. Did you use the Nik Collection to process this? It seems to have the same 'glow' around the buildings as some of the example photos. GL.

ysal
Apr 17, 2016
    I like the composition. Probably looks good in color too. The tall dark building on the right probably could have been bit more to the left, but that would have cut off the small dark building on the left, which you need here to balance. In my TT.

aoc46
Apr 17, 2016
    Excellent composition that respects the Rule of Thirds without slavishly conforming. Not sure I get the point of the sepia look considering the primarily modern architecture, but nice work nonetheless.

babysister
Apr 15, 2016
    I like it, but not sure about the sepia. Well on theme.

forkcandles
Apr 15, 2016
    the sky element works well to fill that top LH space hich you have used to give the tall buildings somewhere to go.

SteveBee
Apr 15, 2016
    Very nice Chicago skyline from an interesting perspective apparently over the water. I like the monotone color. It reads right to left which is unusual to Western eyes.
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