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Natural Light Architecture

With Mike Kelley
Show Us Your Best Natural Light Architecture Photographs
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7 Comments

Matthias Dengler's picture

36:00 I think the lighting is somewhat interesting. Nonetheless, I do agree with Lee about the composition. The composition as is would make more sense to me, if the curtains were opened as it would drag you into the ocean. Now it looks like blown-out highlights. And the lights hanging down the ceiling are so jumbled up. Or is that art?

37:30 Very well spotted, Lee! I actually like Lee critiquing architecture. It's a nice combination with Mike. Lee goes more towards the "perfection" look - as much as I do in my architectural work - while Mike has gone a long road toning it down. Really interesting. And I think both have very valid POVs in this critique.

Vladimir Ambia's picture

Thank you guys for critiquing my photo. Always love your input.

It took me a while to shoot it from 6:30-8pm. No flash, multiple exposures.

I saw the bad sky on the top left but if I cropped it it would crop the street light that I liked a lot. But I might 😀

Charles Mercier's picture

"Rain" River! hahaha It's pronounced "rine".

Cristian Perotti's picture

This might easily be the Critique with the highest ratings from the Critiquers overall.

Natalia Robert's picture

Other than the demeaning and unprofessional comments at the beginning about "hot girls" or "a lot of cleavage", it's a great critique of fantastic photos. Seriously, comments like that should never be on a public, professional platform.

Samantha Bunns's picture

Oh, hun, relax. There was nothing demeaning about what they said. Thank goodness not everyone subscribes to the pc nonsense.

Natalia Robert's picture

Oh, hun, thank goodness some of us do.

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