B&W South Bank with a Leica Q

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Toni
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It's a shame you didn't get the 3 concrete sections to run more across the frame, possibly from a lower perspective, leading the eye to the seated person. Potentially interesting, but not quite there this time *for me*.

You'd probably also get more comments if the image was embedded full size rather than thumbnail.
 
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1. You're excited about your camera. Get over it. It's not worth mentioning.
2. The image is fairly good as a composition. And nothing's blown! But what's that strip of detail along the top?
3. The hoodie figure is a presence in the frame, but too small within it to be fully realised. As such, it's almost an irritation, yet without it the image would be diminished.
4. There's a good dynamic from the graffiti wall and the ramped bench, centre.

No doubt you were flying by, in which case a good achievement as far as it goes, but some various other takes (angles, framings) might've been productive.
 
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1. You're excited about your camera. Get over it. It's not worth mentioning.
2. The image is fairly good as a composition. And nothing's blown! But what's that strip of detail along the top?
3. The hoodie figure is a presence in the frame, but too small within it to be fully realised. As such, it's almost an irritation, yet without it the image would be diminished.
4. There's a good dynamic from the graffiti wall and the ramped bench, centre.

No doubt you were flying by, in which case a good achievement as far as it goes, but some various other takes (angles, framings) might've been productive.

Fair points, thanks I will try and learn from them.
 
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