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It is excellent, the tower looks massive from the angle you have used, it is very stark up against the blue, and the pink and purple lights at the top stand out well in contrast to just about everything else in the shot. I like it.
The merge worked well Blair. Interesting skies and the patch of yellow light on the pavement adds interest to the image. The point of view chosen works well as does the composition. Nice sharp focus and a food control of exposure. Well done!
Comment Written 18-Aug-2012
reply by the artist on 18-Aug-2012
Hey, thanks so much for the kind words. Oh, I always try to have food control of exposure, especially when I'm hungry.. LOL!
I love the colors at the very top of this. The blue sky really goes welll with the building and I really like how you have taken this photo, the way you have it angled and how it makes your eyes climb to the top!
Comment Written 17-Aug-2012
reply by the artist on 17-Aug-2012
Thanks Khristy. I was after something different. I think I got it. When you shoot a 325 ft high building from 70ft away, if you want to get the entire building in one photo, you either need a fisheye lens or do it the way I did. Either way you're going to get distortion. I wouldn't want to see it in every picture, but I must admit, i liked how it turned out too. Thanks once again!