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Full Critique Dubai Cityscape's

Isac

Always on
All look really good Dave. As you asked for CC, I think just a bit of vertical correction in the first 2 would improve them. TFS.
 

wraggtime

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Nice work Dave. You were up high!
The first was shot through a restaurant window with a black napkin over the camera to cut the reflections, it’s called the Observatory located in Dubai marina.
The second is from a bar called Level 43 with open air balconies so called because it’s on floor 43.
 

Mike Singh

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The first was shot through a restaurant window with a black napkin over the camera to cut the reflections, it’s called the Observatory located in Dubai marina.
The second is from a bar called Level 43 with open air balconies so called because it’s on floor 43.
Where were the last 2 taken from?
 

wraggtime

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Where were the last 2 taken from?
I should have said 3 and 4 were from the bar called level 43. It’s free to get in and well worth going for the view, it’s really not that easy to get up high in Dubai without having to pay for it or knowing someone who lives in one of the residential properties.
 

wraggtime

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My faves are 1,2,4

Would be nice to know the setup used, and technique.
Not much set up needed, not even a tripod was used for 1,3 and 4 as they were not allowed so did some creative balancing. The last shot was 15mm 13sec f13 iso80 in aperture priority.
 
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