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Which picture?
Photo #1 84%  84%  [ 27 ]
Photo #2 16%  16%  [ 5 ]
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 14, 2009 10:17 pm 
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Oka that might be a little dramatic. Anyway, i got two pictures and i can't decide which one i prefer. So gogo vote. General comments are also very welcome.


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I voted for number one, purley because it is more interesting, also i prefer the colour of the first one, as i think the white is to warm in the second one.
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Also #1 here, as the 2nd one looks rather boring in comparison.

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Oka the whitebalance on #2 was a mistake. It's fixed and hopefully looks a little better now.

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1 100%! More dinamic & better composition. p.s. amazing colours too

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I like #1 the best too. :)

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Number one, clearly.

#1 is interesting

#2 is not

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1st one of course :)

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Seems like we have a winner. I was leaning towards the first one myself, so im not that suprised really :)

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Noceo wrote:
Seems like we have a winner. I was leaning towards the first one myself, so im not that suprised really :)


The reason why #2 doesn't work is that you cut out the base of the building.

#1 is, by relation, a little more interesting in comparison. That's all I'll say.

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I love it, it's one of the most interesting buildings I've ever seen, and you did a great job capturing it. I voted for #1.

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:) I voted photo # 1 before someone edited photo # 2. It got better.

Your pictures are great shots and sharper!!

I like them a lot.


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I like #1, but try twisting it a bit, see how that turns out :)

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#1 is neat and nice composition too

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#2 .... for comercial purposes.... #1 if its for yourself.

I think #2 gives the true representation of the complexity of the design........ the first one makes you think the building is extravigant, and the second proves it.

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