I am from Charlotte, NC. Here is an image I shot a while back ago during the sunset. This photo was shot at a rooftop bar from the 21st story of a building. Let me know what you guys think :3
Camera: Canon 70D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II SLR Zoom Lens
Focal Length: 33mm
So this may not be a cityscape per se, but this scene is meant to showcase the city of Vancouver. I thought that having a seagull and a ship in there would be a more creative way to do it, than just taking a skyline shot.
I am not sure about my post-processing though. I feel that this could be done a lot better, but not sure how....
How can I improve my photography?
I like this photo I took from Santos, but I know there is room for some improvements. Please share your thoughts and critiques.
New to this website and this group,
I'm louis, an amateur photographer, still a lot to learn, so that why i ask you a little bit of your time to critique this photo. be honest !
I value your feedback, so let me know what you think.
Shot with Canon Prima Mini II using AGFA PHOTO Vista Plus 200 or 400 ISO film.
Got it developed from a photo store and then scanned it to my laptop using a Canon CanoScan 4400F. File is direct output from scan.
Found this old factory near a main subway I use almost everyday. It's funny how some things just escape our eyes when they become too common for our everyday places.
This is my first real time at time blending. I shot through the location (MediaCityUK) for around three to four hours to get most of the location and the sunset and blue hour. This is three moments (sunset, mid and late blue hour) and bracketed to get control of highlights and shadows.
Can I have some feedback please?
The Louvre is the world’s largest art museum and a beautiful historic monument in Paris. Even if the palace itself was built during the 12th and 13th century, the most iconic part of the museum was completed in 1989.
When planning this shot I knew that I needed to found a way to frame the Louvre Pyramid and the palace itself in one photo...
Being born and still living in Strasbourg, this monument holds a special place in my heart. This cathedral was the highest building in the world until 1874 and is one of the most beautiful cathedrals in France ; more beautiful than the one in Paris (at least for me).
Living within a 5 minutes walking distance from the cathedral makes it...
I’m always seeking new viewpoints to shoot this monument. I know this city really well, and there’s only one or two spots that suits my needs.
During about a week, this location named Pont Couvert, is open at the right time and closes just after blue hour. If you miss this week, you’ll not be able to shoot the cathedral during blue hour...
I tried something new copied and mirrored the skyscraper to produce a new perspective.
It's a bracketed shot of Montreal from a vantage point. Fun to do to, but had to fight with tourist heads always getting in the way.
Has been shot on Canon 5D with Sigma art 24-70mm - at 35mm (if I do remember correctly)
Let me know about mistakes and improvements