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Jul 29, 2017 18:35 |  #1

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Aug 01, 2017 01:35 |  #2

Clouds and twilight add mood to the first. Prefer the second. Well seen and great comp. The perspective correction does seems overdone which adds visual weight to the top of the building. Maybe keep a little bit of the natural perspective?


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Aug 01, 2017 09:53 |  #3

That building in the 1st shot is supposed to be leaning toward the left, correct?


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Aug 01, 2017 14:58 |  #4

DavidWatts wrote in post #18416059 (external link)
Clouds and twilight add mood to the first. Prefer the second. Well seen and great comp. The perspective correction does seems overdone which adds visual weight to the top of the building. Maybe keep a little bit of the natural perspective?

I had a hard time with the perspective on them because they actual arent straight buildings.

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That building in the 1st shot is supposed to be leaning toward the left, correct?

Those ones to the left are called the Veer towers. they lean left and right yes.


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Aug 02, 2017 01:59 |  #5

Well then, the situation sounds like a perspective nightmare! Thanks for the explanation.


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Aug 02, 2017 11:16 |  #6

DavidWatts wrote in post #18417075 (external link)
Well then, the situation sounds like a perspective nightmare! Thanks for the explanation.

Yeah that Mandarin Oriental bends half way up too :-(


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Aug 02, 2017 12:47 |  #7

I really like the drama that twilight and clouds adds to the first one. By far my favorite of the two.


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Aug 03, 2017 00:49 |  #8

You know, with the proper wide comp, you could have some real good Photoshop fun bending and skewing those buildings all over the place!


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