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Great leiju 2006-06-29 16:33

An interesting POV and quite interesting colors.
I am not sure about the title being so obvious in the frame. Certainly the title can be placed there, but with the extra exclamation marks it becomes slightly disturbing IMHO.
I really like how you have descended to the ground level to capture the repeated lights and to catch such a view of the statues and the sky. The composition works well here.
The picture is slightly soft and might benefit from a little sharpening. And just to pick on it a little further, it is just a little bit tilted :D
In any case, an interesting shot at an interesting time :)
Kind regards,
Julia

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Old 07-05-2006, 01:43 AM
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Hello Julia!
Thank you again for your usefull critique!!!

It took me some days to answer you, but I have many things to do at the moment...

I have taken this picture with one of my "traveltripods" this time the ground floor : D It seems as if my tripod wasn't realy horizontal :D
The softness is a sideeffect of the long time exposure of my ISO 100 film, when lightsources begin to "overflow" the surrounding details. I use also a small Olympus camera with a 1600ASA film, but this one is realy grainy, so I take it only for snapshots handheld, when there is no chance to find a suitable tripod or when it will be too disturbing to show up with a fat SLR :)

With the title I agree with you...

Bis bald,

Daniel
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