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1.92 - "Needs Work" 

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Being from the US, I love images from other parts of the world... Seeing expressions and places not as common here.

The composition needs work. Ideally, if you had the ability to move your subject at a great distance from the structure behind him, I would have suggested that. With the subject and the structure centered mostly in the center of the image, any impact you were looking for is greatly reduced.

I would raise the angle and get closer in to your subject; shoot wide to include the sky and structure, but do your best to get farther away; if that was not an option, move to your right and let the subject extend into the sky... If getting rather away isn't an option, move in close to capture the subject against a section of it vs having it so massively centered behind him.

Thanks a lot for this great tip Paul. I'll be sure to try those next time.😄👍🏼

You are welcome.. I hope it helps; I am new here, so I don't have many post, but hope I can help and learn here, too!

Same here man😄👍🏼