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UER Forum > UE Photo Critiques > Abandoned Cinema (Viewed 1325 times)
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Abandoned Cinema
< on 7/23/2017 3:07 PM >
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Very dark, since there is not really a window. Very nice place, first floor was a theater and the second a cinema. The seats are still there. And there was someone in the basement...

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Re: Abandoned Cinema
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One thing that really stands out is the differences in the lighting between the foreground and the background, especially in #2. It would look better if you evened out the lighting when you shoot large areas. I'd recommend either getting some lights to illuminate the background or shoot in Night Mode if your camera has one. This goes for number #1 as well.

The subject matter is certainly interesting though, and I really like #3. I think you got the lighting just right on that one, and it looks good.

My only complaint on #4 is that the can is rotated so half the label is in the shadows. I'd rotate it a bit so that the entire "Shake well and spray" label is illuminated. Other than that, it looks good.

This is a good set. Keep it up.



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Re: Abandoned Cinema
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You really want these critiqued? I mean they are ok for abandonment shots but not something you want to ask for advanced level photography opinions on. In reality lighting is bad and off, focus is bad, and composition has something to be desired. It does however give the feel of a very interesting explore




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Re: Abandoned Cinema
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You really want these critiqued? I mean they are ok for abandonment shots but not something you want to ask for advanced level photography opinions on. In reality lighting is bad and off, focus is bad, and composition has something to be desired. It does however give the feel of a very interesting explore


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Re: Abandoned Cinema
< Reply # 4 on 8/8/2017 5:04 PM >
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#3 is the best but could cropped a bit to make the framing/composure better.

The rest are suffering from exposure issues. Better back lighting and/or longer exposure.
#1 needed to be shot at dawn or sunrise perhaps with back lighting.
Shooting into bright light especially in dark areas generally doesn't work well.
If it is shootable to exposure needs to be spot on; best to shoot RAW.




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