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Harborfront Condominium Towers


Harborfront  Condominium Towers
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Copyright: Janos Gardonyi (gabbypal) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 533 W: 2 N: 229] (7097)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2010-08
Categories: Daily Life, Architecture
Camera: Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel, 18-55mm EF-S Lens, Compact Flash 128MB
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2011-11-03 11:37
Viewed: 1630
Points: 4
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Condo development along the shore of Lake Ontario, a very attractive place to live for those who can afford it. Nice breezes in the summertime, too bad summer is over.
Note: this picture has appeared in my book on Toronto's modern architecture. The book will be available on the internet if there is sufficient interest, for a reasonable price.

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  • fuaty Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 328 W: 382 N: 62] (529)
  • [2011-11-03 15:43]
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Hi Janos,
This is not looking like one of your photographs 8:) I would like to see them after you touch 8;)
whit different colors, and attractive results.
Best regards
Mihriban

Hi Janos,
Beautiful architecture near the lake Ontario with these lovely condo development along the shore,
Excellent details and well taken picture of these building.
a sharp and clear picture with great tone of colors and light,
compliments
Michel

Exposure is bang on, good black and highlights, still retaining minimum details. contrast is also well balance, so are the color white balance that seems just right, tho a touch too red.

As far as composition and more important perspective, it's not that good. In architecture, you have to make your vertical line look straight, one way to achieve this, is too make sure those vertical, are straight at the center of the image...here the vertical are straight on the left part of the image, making appear those building crooked, with the illusion, that they're about to fall down. Sharpness is poor, this could be do to image resising or crop?

Hi Janos

Very near perfect image...I think not....it could be a bit sharper. Also post processing is very sloppy and would need more attention, hope the image was not printed with the obvious flaws.
Did a ws to point a few of them out. Now don't get mad and no retaliation please.

Your friend
Oeilmagique (Magic Eye)

serious pp flaws in the sky. first example is on the left edge about one third of the way up. other examples above the building on the right. overall sharpness is poor.

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