DJT wrote:I've had a look at that 2nd one a couple of times now & it's doing my head in. In a cool way.
1st has fantastic shapes all the way down to the bottom section
The second one I pictured 180 degrees to what you see here.
Since I was flat on my back on the pavement looking straight up it doesn't really have what could be called a right way up.
I went with this because I thought it added an interesting and slightly unsettling amount of weight to the top of the image.
This also explains Edens "10 foot the wrong way" observation.
In the series of pictures I took, centreing the reflection in the curved glass was the goal, but flip the image and the groove in the other building grabs far more attention.
One to do again I think.
I'm thinking the empty void works best for this one, rather than a day with clouds.
Will do the first one again also with the tripod and live view to get the angle left/right the same.
I do wonder sometimes if you can over sanitize an image and the subject (even if it suits it) gets lost in a graphic design exercise.
Only one way to find out I suppose, try both.