Cresent beach

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by zerocommand, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. zerocommand

    zerocommand TPF Noob!

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    I haven't posted in awhile so Im gonna post some of my most recent work.(lighting in some are pretty bad)

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    thanks for taking a look
     
  2. PlasticSpanner

    PlasticSpanner TPF Noob!

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    I like the potential of the logs along the beach in crescentbeach1.jpg but all the images are out of level, some more than others, which doesn't usually work well with water shots.

    If you are local to this location maybe you could return for a re-shoot of the line of logs?

    Also I'm not sure what you did with the last shot in B&W but the sky is very blotchy and unnatural. If you still have the original photo maybe you could try applying a red filter in your editing software before converting to B&W. This should bring out more detail in the clouds.

    Hope this is of some help and I look forward to seeing another attempt at those logs if you are able. :thumbup:
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hey, zerocommand, I took the freedom to edit your thread so that your photos show up immediately without the need for people to individually click on your links. Makes viewing a lot easier and might give you the comment you hope for.

    Next time you link pics from Photobucket to here, make sure you copy the THIRD line of the three that are of offer. That line already has the [ IMG]-thingies wrapped around the URL which make that the photo shows here at once. Or you can make use of the little insert-image icon (the yellow square with the grey mountain and sun) and copy your URL in there. In that case, however, you must watch not to end with two http: //s!

    Well, now Chris, our plastic spanner, has already given you some critique, most of which I share, though I doubt there is any detail of any clouds to be had, no matter what filter might be applied, since Photo 5 obviously is the b+w version of Photo 1, and there is not one cloud to be seen in the sky. I think you played with the burn tool a little, but it just doesn't work, I'm afraid...

    Chris's remarks about the tilt (as soon as a water horizon is in the picture) is right... pics with water and a tilt look as if soon enough the water will run out of your frame.
     

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