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Hello, 

I decided to praise my work. This is my first post, first photo sharing on such a large scale.
I know that my building is not perfect, but I would like to hear your comments. I hope they will be useful in the future and help me lift my skills. 

Probably the shopping center looks better in reality. I have some problems with proper lighting. What's more, the center is relatively large, but the interior is quite cramped. I had some trouble shooting some of the shops. It's very hard to show all the features and details.

34209884882_0ac9552aa9_z.jpgLego shopping center MOC by BrickWorld_PL, on Flickr

33557479483_4d16ef6e5e_z.jpgLego shopping center MOC by BrickWorld_PL, on Flickr

33557521153_12c00d7cc0_z.jpgLego shopping center MOC - interrior by BrickWorld_PL, on Flickr

 

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You have some really good ideas with your shopping center. The inside-area and the stores look happy and cosy and the colours fit well together. Makes me want to shop there by myself :wink:

The lighting of the pictures could be better and I recommend using a tripod and no flashlight, but some spotlight instead. I know that a large build is hard to photograph properly and do the lighting evenly.

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Is it based on a real shopping center? If so, what city is it from? Reminds me of a one particular shopping center from a city in PL I was born and raised in, but I haven't lived there in almost 20 years so I could be wrong. 

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I can see that you have put alot of work in this.

For some better lighting in you pictures you could take your build outside and  take some pics in daylight, natural lighting is more flattering than flash.

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It looks great but the interior needs better illumination. I would increase the size of the skylights. As Littleworlds said, you should retake your photos without the camera flash, but when photographing the shops consider removing both the plastic from the windows and the roofs above so the interiors are better illuminated. If you look at the kitchen photo of my Dutch Scooter Shop post, the reason why the interior is so well illuminated is that there is nothing above it; I just cropped out the top of the photo. That will make a world of difference.

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That looks massive.

Great job so far. :thumbup:

The only thing about the word Centrum is that the 'm' is a bit small. 

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