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    • #428626
      Erik Fransman
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      Well, my home is not in this image, it’s on the next block. But I can still call this home.
      (To be precise, the image is cropped exactly where our home is on the left side)
      Fujifilm X-T3, 16mm, f/5.6, 1/300s, ISO 160.
      Please click for Flicker. Bigger is better.
      Transvaalkade Amsterdam

    • #428638
      Mistyisle
      Participant

      Very busy indeed, Erik, I struggle and fail to find a particular thing or area to hold my interest.   However, on viewing this, I also did see your “No Rush Hour”, which certainly did hold my interest!  You probably have no need to post here (unless you have done so already) as from my slightly extended view, it needs no work  🙂

    • #428696
      Falxy
      Participant

      jeeeez i really quite taken with your image…..just maybe crop in from the left,and slightly lighten…………..yeah ! 🙂

      • #428772
        Erik Fransman
        Participant

        Thanks Duncan. I think you might be right about the crop.
        It’s my new 16mm lens and I wanted to use all the beef it gives me, but that obviously blurs my objectivity. I will try the crop.

    • #428791
      Patrick
      Participant

      Love the reflection and angle.

      Thanks for posting mate.

    • #428827
      Petr Nowak
      Participant

      From the technical point of view: overblown windows top-left. Nothing else.

      Great place, nice light. However my feeling is something is missing. Unfortunately I can’t say exactly what. I feel image is a little bit unbalanced. Maybe the bottom left part is too dark. Maybe something to hold my interest is missing (as Mistyisle has said).

    • #429122
      Erik Fransman
      Participant

      Thanks, Pat, Peter, Jim. Something is missing… Possibly.
      I will take a look at the overblown windows.

      Did you look at the image at Flickr?
      What I like about the image is the triangle of sky mirrored with the triangle grass and in the middle the trapezium Houses and reflection of the houses in the water.

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