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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by jgharold, Feb 20, 2013.
Captured with the Olympus OM-D last night at Waterloo. James Harold Photography | The not so Big Ben
Congratulations! Both captures are great, but I've really enjoyed the first one, I couldn't do anything but stare at it for a few minutes. Thanks for sharing your photos
Beautiful compositions. They made me want to be there. With a camera.
Both are really beautiful, but I tend to prefer the second.
nice photos! I was just there last month. Seeing your pictures makes me want to go back.
out of interest, where were you standing ?
Very nice. Good compositions on both.
Nice Image man. I'd love to see a version of little ben that was a little less processed looking as well. Not that I don't like the way it's looking there too!
I also can't decide if I want you to remove the plane from the photo. . . . I don't normally edit photos in that way, but in this case I am unsure. I don't like the idea of editing out part of the 'moment' especially a whole planes worth of people in a photo of a city (both defining imagery of man) . . . but . . . it just might look better without it?
Excuse my ramblings. Nice shots!
Hi, I was standing on Waterloo bridge road looking down over Belvedere Road.
Thanks for your comments, I also thought about removing the plane but I just couldn't make my mind up as it does echo the cit landscape but at the same time slightly distracts your eye from the wheel and Big Ben. I think i will have to give it a go to satisfy curiosity.
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