Aug 272013
 
Leica M9, Leica M9-P, Zeiss 21mm Baigon, A:16, S:24s, IS0:160

Leica M9, Leica M9-P, Zeiss 21mm Baigon, A:16, S:24s, IS0:160

Leica M9, Leica M9-P, Zeiss 21mm Baigon, A:16, S:24s, IS0:160

Leica M9, Leica M9-P, Zeiss 21mm Baigon, A:16, S:24s, IS0:160

 

Which of the two above you prefer?

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  5 Responses to “Singapore Skyline (Singapore)”

  1. The bottom one is cleaner, sort of, but I like the top because of the railing of the corniche on the bottom left.

  2. Neither sorry to say. Both lack an interest point. These scenes look great when you are there but dont photograph well. Maybe as HDR could work. I never succeeded with this kind of image – only one I saw was New Years eve fireworks on Sydney Harbour Bridge. Jeffri Abdullah

    • Jeffri,

      It all depends on the right light. I beleive if it was at BLUE HOUR it would been better. But sadly i didnt have the time for that. Thanks for sharing

  3. Maryam

    I tend to agree with you. Teh railing on the top one makes a better and different composition, but the bottom one is cleaner as you put it

  4. The photo on top has foreground which adds depth to the shot.
    Jaikumar menon

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