I like photos in which there is a lot going on. It gives the eye something to munch on, so to speak. Shinjuku Station, in Tokyo, is the world’s busiest train station. So there is definite potential for shots in which there is a lot going on. The original of this shot of the Vegeteria (or, according to the sign, VegeteriA) had problems. It needed to be cropped, and there were three separate problems with the lighting.
The high percentage of sky caused the exposure to be reduced, compared to the darker scene at ground level. This has the good effect of keeping some detail in the clouds. The sky in the lower image is blanked by overexposure.
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