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Putrajaya Mosque, Putrajaya, Malaysia
 


Kindly critique the composition and my light post processing (using youtube Lightroom tutorial).

Is the processing too much?

Thanks in advance


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Photo Information for Putrajaya Mosque, Putrajaya, Malaysia

Taken with NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D750

  • 35 mm
  • 1/5
  • f f/11.0
  • ISO 250
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To Much?  well it depends on what to much is.?? Is this what it looked Like?.. If someone went after seeing it then after seeing it was disappointing ???. would it look Like this? and this was bought for a article and a Image in a travel magazine.?? I don't know the answer. You have to make that decision. Some Im sure think It doesn't matter. I do. But so what. 25 cents is 25 cents right? there is 47 pages X 100 of this location. you decide.it is very pretty.

 

https://www.shutterstock.com/search?search_source=base_search_form&language=en&searchterm=Putrajaya+Mosque&image_type=all

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I like it. It looks to me like it was done with natural light as the color of the building matches the color in the sky. You might want to try to square the building up in Photoshop. Personally I would like to see all of the building being reflected in the water. A vertical composition would have captured the building and the reflection. 

ISO 250 WHAT!!!!!!!!!!! When you are photographing a scene like this you want to use the lowest ISO setting possible. At 1/5 of a second you undoubtedly used a tripod. A lower ISO will only make for the use of a longer shutter speed. ISO 100 would have increased the shutter speed to 1/2 a second. If your camera allows for lower ISO numbers, sometimes marked -.3, -.7 and -1, you could go to -1 and it would change your shutter speed to 1 second. Lower ISO numbers translates into better resolution which yields sharper images. I always try to shoot at -1 which is ISO 32 on my camera.

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Laurin - Thanks for the comments. Sometimes I see the post processing in the stock images are not very much and I thought that is the way to go.

This is of one of the most photographed images at where I live . Its a good place for me to practise.

25 cents for an image upload. Yeap I agree I have to decide whether its right or not. For a start maybe it is acceptable.

 

Mike - Thanks for pointing the high ISO out. I did not even realise it happened. I checked the other images in my cam and some images do have ISO 100 and 250. I don't know how it happened. I must have accidentally changed the ISO dial. That is not a good mistake at all

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Bubble gum cotton candy sky.

Seen as the weather is changing and heading into the fall season, anyone who has never seen it needs to get out more often and get to areas where it is always seen as the season changes.

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18 hours ago, Aris Abdullah said:

 

Mike - Thanks for pointing the high ISO out. I did not even realise it happened. I checked the other images in my cam and some images do have ISO 100 and 250. I don't know how it happened. I must have accidentally changed the ISO dial. That is not a good mistake at all

Does your camera have an Auto ISO setting? If it does check to make sure it is turned off.

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