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  #161 Vanishing Point
Entry 6 of 29
   
 
The Sky's the Limit       ©2015 RobertLavker
Panasonic DMC-GX7       6th place, 209 points
1/1300s, f7.1, ISO 125, 14mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: shadows and highlights, crop, unsharp mask       Extra Info: None
 
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Jade O.
Aug 17, 2015
    In the end, this was my #5 pick! Congrats on a strong finish!

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jomari
Aug 17, 2015
    So much to like about this. The contrast between the geometry of the buildings and the soft fluffy clouds, and the interesting interplay of positive and negative shapes. One of my top votes.

forkcandles
Aug 17, 2015
    the main building would have been enough and maybe a better reflection would have helped

johncomyn
Aug 17, 2015
    Very well framed and exposed. Well done.

Mepo
Aug 16, 2015
    Well I was expecting one of these and you have done it well. I do admit I would loved to have seen the upper flat surface alone in the photos but I was not there and don't know for sure how it would have worked. This one has beautiful highlights splashed across one building that bring life to the image. Well done. Vanishing Point in space!

cookiejar
Aug 16, 2015
    An effective vanishing point shot. The reflection of one building in the other makes the shot.

Lo
Aug 16, 2015
    Great angle that beautifully exemplifies vanishing point without becoming claustrophobic. The detail is excellent, and the reflection of the building is icing on the cake.

kerszkavet
Aug 16, 2015
    love the negative space of the sky in this, and the contrast in the building shapes between top and bottom of the picture.

Jade O.
Aug 15, 2015
    I keep struggling with this. The colour lighting and sharpness are good. The composition is o.k., but I dislike the inclusion of the third (smallest) tower. What I really want is the sky, and only sky, on everything below the top tower.

Edward
Aug 15, 2015
    A "classic", nicely done - perhaps a smidgeon "cliché" to garner top honors, but a good effort.
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By RobertLavker


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