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Which perspective and colour do you like best? Why?

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    Here are 4 shots of the same subject (Shrine) from differing perspectives and with different colour from the lights being shone onto it. Which perspective and/or colour do you like best and why?
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    #3. may b because of symmetry and clear shot of the building without trees( i wud clone out the people?). #2 and #3 are bit distorted??? #4 is interesting but trees are covering the temple a bit IMO . Hop it helps. regards
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    The one with the walkway is the strongest image for me - but I'd burn the lamp on the left edge.
    The reason I chose that one is the others have no 'depth' to them with nothing too interesting going on imo.
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    I have too much to learn about composition and details, but maybe a layperson's opinion might be helpful. Definitely the one with the walkway. It adds a welcoming warmth to the shrine. I can actually feel the shrine inviting me in.

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    Thanks for taking the time to view and comment Marko and, Anuj and cjm

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