A slow death

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  1. Michaelaw

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    Love the exposure!
     
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    I think that would make a good hdr if you could get back there because there are a lot of dark shadows and the sky is bright but i love the picture.
     
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    Great shot but I'm thinking that seeing the rest of the backend of the boat, with the water lapping on deck, may give it a greater meaning of slow death. Just a thought.

    Great textures btw.
     
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    I think it should've been zoomed out a little more, but I still like it!
     
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    I think it's technically just about perfect! Framing, Exposure, Composition, Subject, etc.

    It's pretty hard to crit anything about it but if I did it would probably be about the loss of detail in the dark areas of the hull and maybe the question of removing the debris lower-left.
     

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