Harlem Rooftop at Night 1

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Title     Harlem Rooftop at Night 1
Photographer     jlpstickit/James (386) Send mail to this user
Portfolio     stuff and places
Categories     Architecture
Lens     Minolta 50mm
Camera     Minolta X-700
Format     35mm
Submitted     January 16, 2002 2:10:48 AM CST
Views     2,085
Rating     3 Thumb-up

Rooftop at 150th St. and Broadway, early 2000


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Thumb-up    from contendem/Con (2,266) Send mail to this user on February 12, 2002 3:54:30 PM CST (0)

Agreed with others. I just do not think it really works all together. Perhapf if you concentrated on one or two of these shapes, rather than the whole rooftop....

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Thumb-up    from alexhawley/Alex (567) Send mail to this user on February 12, 2002 3:50:13 PM CST (0)

The subject is good but I don't think the backlighting works in this case. Maybe it would in b&w while color would have done well with low front lighting.

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Thumb-up    from mellyk/Melly (272) Send mail to this user on January 29, 2002 3:51:46 PM CST (1)

I like the shapes in this photo. There are a few distracting things for me though... The building on the right is lighter than the others, that white square area, and the green stuff (smoke or??). Also you could crop a bit off the left closer to that building to get rid of that little pole and what I think is a tree.

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