art prints - Urban Sunset

Tags: art prints, urban, sky, sunset, buildings

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Rick Walter
  • Minted Jun 21, 2016
  • 212 Comments made
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This photo shows a grungy area in front of a beautiful sunset and sky. Colors to light up your wall.

tags:

art prints, urban, sky, sunset, buildings

colors shown:

blue, orange, red, yellow, white, silver

design inspired by:

Rectangular Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Jun 24 2016

Edited on:

Jul 18 2016

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VERSION 2SUBMITTED ON 07/14/2016 01:23 am

Courtney Crane
Courtney Crane
@courtlyn
Joined 2014 · 12 awards won

Hi Rick, I chose B. I think the lighter color opened the sky and created a focal point. I also like the square crop, but it turned out just a bit to centered for me. Really beautiful sunset and cool small town. Welcome to Minted...you will like it here! Best of luck!

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Shannon
Shannon
@shanlee
Joined 2013 · 23 awards won

The color in this is so gorgeous! B for me please :)

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Abby Reid
Abby Reid
@afreid
Joined 2014 · 1 awards won

B. I do agree with the other comments about cropping, however. If you are using Photoshop, you can access the "Rule of Thirds" through the crop menu and it is the traditional "Golden Rule" for artwork. As to your intensity/saturation, while it is beautiful as is ... it is a little difficult for those of us in other parts of the country to comprehend this type of cloud cover ... just a thought ... Beautiful work

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Pooja Pittie
Pooja Pittie
@poojapittie
Joined 2015 · 6 awards won

Hi Rick! I chose B for the composition. In C, the building sort of cuts the image in half. I do like the square frame but if you can play around with the placement so that it's not divided in the middle, it might be more effective. Good luck!

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Julia
Julia
Joined 2016

I LOVE this picture so the larger size really works for me. It conveys all the majesty of the art. That being said, I would still totally buy it as option B.

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NSMARK
NSMARK
@nsmark
Joined 2014 · 2 awards won

I like the composition of B more

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Monica Janes Fine Art
Monica Janes Fine Art
@monicajanes
Joined 2012 · 7 awards won

I like B for the cropping and lighter sky! Nice!

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VERSION 1SUBMITTED ON 06/24/2016 05:20 pm

Courtney Crane
Courtney Crane
@courtlyn
Joined 2014 · 12 awards won

Hi Rick,beautiful cloud capture! I'm not sure if it is to bright or just busy. I can envision a square that puts more of the focus on the sky, cropping out abou 1/3 of the buildings on the left and using the orange horizon as your focus point... Just a thought.

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Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

I think Courtney has some good stuff to say here. I'd definitely play around with the cropping on this. Minted will add a border with a ratio of 1:1 on a square or about 5x7 on rectangles so keep that in mind as well. I really like the buildings in this, you might even have a diptych here with two squares. Have fun!

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Alison Jerry Designs
Alison Jerry Designs
@alisonjerry
Joined 2014 · 57 awards won

Great shot! Love this. Personally I would take the saturation down. Lighten the sky so the architecture is the focus. You will see Minted tends to go for less saturated pieces.Right now it all blends in together. Where was this taken? I love it!

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