Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by pugnacious33, Jul 17, 2009.
I like the composition in Picture 2. I can see multiple pilings in that picture..getting smaller and smaller.
Jason, what is the function of those pilings?
This was an old fishing pier that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
I like #2 a lot, nice strong composition. My issue with #1 is that the tops of the pilings are at the same level as the horizon, so aren't separated as clearly as they could be from the BG. Not sure if I'd prefer it from lower or higher though.
Great composition but the underexposure takes away from the effect beyond the immediate foreground. Postprocessing is necessary.
Great composition in both of them, i love the colours in these photos. Great job.
They are not underexposed.
Agreed , skieur i think you need to calibrate your monitor
I like the symmetry in the second one.
Well the luminosity histogram shows it to be underexposed and clipped in the black area in Photoshop. PaintShop Pro histogram shows it to be underexposed as well.
Perhaps you need to check your monitor.
I spent some time on your zenfolio site and you have some fine images.
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