An Antique Boat Motor

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  1. canon30Dguy

    canon30Dguy TPF Noob!

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    Looking for some honest criticism and opinions on the following shot I took of an obviously old and rusted boat motor.

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    Some of the parts kindof blend in with the backround
     
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    yes this could have been something if there was more focus on the subject - that neat motor
     
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    Thanks guys... any better?

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    I think the second pictures an improvement but to me the image doesn't really have a point of interest and something i get drawn to. how about trying to get some light onto it and bringing the subject out a bit more and creating more texture? just a suggestion, might be worth a try. good start though!
     
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    It's hard to look at. No point and interest, and kinda busy.

    maybe another angle, or less contrast.
     

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