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Mixed Architecture color version
1/30s f/13.0 at 17.0mm iso200
HDR 3 exposures, -2, 0, +2
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teng fong lin
Nice shot! It makes me feel like I am right there looking up at the sky!
This clearly shows the architectural diversity of this wonderful image. BV
An exiting pov. Great colours and details, Kent. v. norbi
Looking up to catch these soaring sky scrapers. The colors are gorgeous. V
i love the sky back drop over the buildings!
Excellent composition! V! Goel
A very delicate use of HDR for this breathtaking picture, Kent.
It conveys well the feeling of people looking up at these tall buildings!
remarkable suffusion of light
nicely composed (V)
I usually prefer the black and white version of an image but I cannot resist this stunner. Beautiful! ~V~
James M. Nguyen
Great capture...feel like I'm there looking up....
Beautiful Shot !
Benoit Durocher Photographie
Love it , the kind of picture I would like to take myself but I don't know nothing about HDR , but you did it very well. V !
Very nice, I love the perspective!
fantastic perspective and great tones. is this HDR?? great composition as well
Beautiful color and perspective!!
Stunning work! BV
The color version is beautiful too, Kent. The light is more apparent. Interesting & excellent! V~
Great pov and gorgeous details. The color scheme of the whole shot is quite pleasing.
in chess parlance, I call it a draw....V
Fantastic! I esp like this color version.
excellent view and process.
Agree with Paulo. Both images are great! V
Both versions are powerful and wonderful!!
Sort of surreal view... love it! voted!
Fantastic view and perspective. V
Very beautiful POV. v
Very cool, great colors in this detailed upview perspective!
as gorgeous as can be...such delightful lighting here...BRAVO! vote
Jess. ( Lady.D.)
Fabulous perspective, love this one.....
This works equally well in color. I am quite amazed at that; but the tones in this one are just as amazing as in the grayscale version. Well done, Kent.
J. Scott Coile
Beautiful perspective. Excellent detail and color as usual.
beautiful rich colors, nice perspective V
The B&W is fantastic but I prefer the colour. The reflections in the windows look superb in their shades of blue and I love the tones in the building bottom right.
Great depth. Love this shot.
I like the color version better on this shot Kent. It seems I can really see the differences in the
architecture here. Excellent POV. ~
Love this colour version! It's really amazing! V
Wow!!!!! Vertiginous! BV
really fantastic image, so great perspective
Fantastic view and processing!V
Majestic view. love it. V
Fabulous image Kent.....it is stunning! BV
Stunning bro, absolutely stunning!! I'm a big fan of b&w so I'm partial to that version, but both are equally jaw-dropping. BV! :-)
Oh Yeah! Very cool! v