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Concrete jungle



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Contest Finalist in All Geometrical Shapes Photo Contest
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Superb Composition
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Absolute Masterpiece
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Magnificent Capture
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Top Choice
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Outstanding Creativity
benpeeters
All Star
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Architecture In Black and White Photo ContestTop 30 class
Architecture In Black and White Photo ContestTop 30 class week 1
My Best New Shot Photo Contest vol1Top 20 class
My Best New Shot Photo Contest vol1Top 10 class week 1
All Geometrical Shapes Photo ContestTop 10 class
All Geometrical Shapes Photo ContestTop 10 class week 1
Black And White Compositions Photo Contest Vol7Top 20 class
Black And White Compositions Photo Contest Vol7Top 20 class week 1
Social Exposure Photo Contest Vol 25Top 10 class
Social Exposure Photo Contest Vol 25Top 10 class week 1
Monthly Pro Photo Contest Volume4Top 30 class week 1

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2 Comments | Report
jsschultz PRO
 
jsschultz January 30, 2020
Incredible capture
harmeetsingh
 
harmeetsingh November 14, 2020
Amazing

Behind The Lens

Location
Canary Wharf overground station in London.
Time
It was taken on an overcast day in early spring in London.
Lighting
There was a bit of fog on that day and it helped to create the mood.
Equipment
Just my camera Canon 5D Mark II and 17-40 Canon F4 lens.
Inspiration
I am in love with the architecture in Canary Wharf - many tall buildings and a lot of steelwork.
Editing
Very straight forward - desaturated and added quite a bit of contrast to enhance the foreground geometry and make it stand out. The natural fog did the rest with the building in the background.
In my camera bag
Camera, travel tripod and usually 2-3 lenses. My usual setup is 17-40mm F4, Canon 35mm f1.4 and Canon 70-200 F2.8.
Feedback
Always have your camera ready. Ideally you need to have a good all round lens that you really like and comfortable using. You need to be able to react quick, spot a good shot opportunity, quickly find the meaningful composition and take a shot.

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