fishing alone

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  1. saddog

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    it is really cool how the trees reflect in water and the whole composition is fine but I would like to see the fisherman a bit larger/highlighted etc.
     
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    i think he stands out fine because of the red/green contrasts but i would have prefared him to be placed on the right, facing in towards the picture, rather than him facing out of the frame.

    But i suppose you cant help where the guy is sitting
     
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    cool shot! I agree with the facing into the frame rather than out.
     
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    The greens are stunning!
    And the contrasting red of his coat stands out nicely.
    I agree about the framing...
     
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    yay.. it is so original.. I think we haven't seen anything like that here yet... very nice!!
     
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    Absolutely. John is right on the money. The red really pops. Nice shot. And, like the others, I would like to see the fellow facing inward. Did you ask him to turn?
     
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    nice, cool shot !!!!!!
     
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    oh... why not just flip this one over?
     
  10. saddog

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    I agree with the direction he was facing, I was stuck with no room for another angle.
    Maybe I might see if I can grab just him and "flip" in Photoshop. Or better yet I need to spend another $2000 on a return trip and get it right :wink:
    Thanks for the comments.
     
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    I was thinking the entire image... ya know... like a mirror.

    -Pete
     
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    uh... I know, I know... he would just be facing off the other edge.

    Geeezzzzzzz! Somedays!
     

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