Beach Shack

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  1. alyeska41

    alyeska41 TPF Noob!

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    This photo was taken in Chatham Massachusetts, May 20, 2005, I was struck by the bright blue door...

    Panasonic DMC-FZ3, 1/250 sedond, f 4.0, 11.60 mm, ISO80

    I would appreciate any comments, suggestions and advice

    Thanks

    Siobhan

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    here's another crop of the shack

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  2. iSellJerseyShore

    iSellJerseyShore TPF Noob!

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    Maybe crop a bit tighter to get ride of that pillow or mattress thats in the bottom right.. It kinda distracts the attention of my eyes away from the shack....

    Awesome Colors! I too was struck by the blue door!




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  3. OBrien

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    I'd suggest getting in a bit closer to the subject Siobhan. The mattress is a distraction and I don't think the scrub ground to the left, or the cut off trees behind add an awful lot. Maybe if you could compose it to include the woods behind, it would add to the picture. Getting closer will give you more choices as to how best to present the aspect of the subject that appeals to you - in this case the blue door. If you live close by, go back and experiment. You never know what you'll come up with.
     
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    I agree, get in close, then get in closer still...i think that even a photo of just the door with the window on the right would make for an awesome photo.
     

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