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UER Forum > UE Photo Critiques > Birmingham, AL (Viewed 1660 times)
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Birmingham, AL
< on 10/21/2018 10:56 PM >
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Alabama coal something?

I keep looking at this one and wondering if its a good composition or not, probably a bad sign. Im pretty interested to see what people have to say on this one.

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24mm
f: 9.0
ISO: 400
shutter: 1/15
tripod

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24mm
f: 2.8
ISO: 320
Shutter: 1/80
hand held



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Re: Birmingham, AL
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both are pretty devoid of actual subjects, but photography of places like this is very difficult




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Re: Birmingham, AL
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One trick I sometimes do with regards to composition is to look that the image blurry. If its still an interesting image blurry, you got yourself a composition. Thats just what I do. Might not work for everyone.




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Re: Birmingham, AL
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Try to frame angled line(s) so they intersect the corner(s).
Pan in on #2 to catch the lines in the corners.




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