Photograph: Looking down Broad St.
Khürt did a great job capturing a mix of the old and new architecture of the great city of Philadelphia during the blue hour. Symmetry is key with architecture images and the clock tower sits perfectly in the center of the image between the two skyscrapers. The faded film filter gives the overall image an interesting look. The only thing I would do is use Lightroom’s ruler to make sure the horizon is level, as it looks tilted ever-so-slightly to the left.
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