Toronto City Skyline,

11 years 2 weeks ago - 11 years 2 weeks ago #89361 by flanagans.photography
Please let me know what you think


below is a edited version of the photo that i did



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11 years 2 weeks ago #89367 by Rob pix4u2
nice wide shot :goodpost:

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11 years 2 weeks ago #89371 by flanagans.photography
its actually a series of stiched photos put together, just a fyi, i wish i had a lens that wide


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11 years 2 weeks ago - 11 years 2 weeks ago #91813 by Karl Wertanen
I think you picked a great subject. Toronto's skyline is something i could photograph all year. And i like that you tackled the whole "stitching" thing. I've never tried that before. :beerbang:

Since this is the critique section, in my humble opinion, it feels like there is too much water and not enough sky. I think it could all be brought down a bit. If you dont want to bring it down, i think this current sky to water ratio would work if lake erie were calm and had a glass like reflection of the city going on.

To be honest, I like the original photo better. It looks more natural to me and the 2nd one with the editing looks too "forced".

I dont think it was the right evening to be out either. The sky and lighting is kind of blah.... But the good thing is, you can return as many times as you want and as many different times of day (or night) as you like. :cheers: I love returning to the same spot for photographing the same subject and composition in different light

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