C&C Please.

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  1. Dan28607

    Dan28607 TPF Noob!

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    I put this shot in the B&W forum but now realize I should have put it here. Anyway, what do you all think of this B&W conversion? Thanks!

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    Conversion is OK but on the dull low-key side.
    Image itself does nothing for me. The subject is in the middle, his activity is undefined. No drama or tension.
     
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    I'd love to see you crop just to the right of the guy. He's way too centered.
     
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    Since he is facing right, any cropping should be on the left hand side. (One of the many areas covered in composition.:))

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    I see what looks like an interesting horizon....I'd like to see more of it.

    The rocks that the man are standing on look interesting too!!

    I agree that the man needs to be just left of centre.

    I also see a fishing pole.

    I wonder if you had waited until he was about to cast, and gotten a little lower to the ground, if that would have done the trick!??

    ;O)

    (Disclaimer: ....I am sooooo a "newbie"!!!) :O)
     

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