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    Third Post (DMG) Clock

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    Re: Third Post (DMG) Clock

    Well it a beautiful subject and the lighting is great. If anything I write will only be a nit pick. I would have held the camera up and maybe gotten all of the word WEST in the shot but like I say it's a very minor critique as I know what it reads. Nice capture.....
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    Re: Third Post (DMG) Clock

    I am predisposed to like this 'cause I lived in West Roxbury as a child.

    I like that you have a slightly off-kilter angle instead of the straight-on mugshot approach.

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    Re: Third Post (DMG) Clock

    Thank you both very much for posting a response to this photo.

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    Re: Third Post (DMG) Clock

    I like the way you have off set the shot to give it some depth, and your POI ( point of interest ) is very central but it seems to work in this case. I think the clock face has a slightly orange cast probably due to the sodium street lighting which is apparently your main light source here. A colour balance adjustment in PP should fix this, a slight exposure increase and a tad more sharpening would also be my choice with this. Overall nice shot Dalila.
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    Isn't it a cool thing in nature that the colours never seem to clash...

    I have no issues with you editing my photos

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    Re: Third Post (DMG) Clock

    Nice click

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