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  1. inneist

    inneist TPF Noob!

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    I'm not sure I get the contrast right this time around. Is the photo well balanced?

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    SLOShooter TPF Noob!

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    Pesonally, I not really diggin on all the reflections. It just makes it too busy. Maybe a polarizer would have helped. Also, what is your subject here? If it's just a landscape shot I would have pulled out a bit further, otherwise I would have tried to define a subject a little bit more.
     
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    yeah very busy, and out of focus too, perhaps because there are too many reflections to focus on.
     
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    that is....quite green!

    interesting shot. do what those guys said, they hit it pretty much on the spot ^

    welcome to tpf btw :)

    post more photos!
     
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    The frame seems to be composed well. The green is stunning. I think it is the midday light that makes things distracting.
     
  6. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I don't mind the plenty of swirls and eddies in the water too much, to my mind it is not too busy.
    The green of the algae is stunning and puts a nice contrast to the blue of the water and the browning colours of the rocks.
    I suggest you put this up under "Green" over in the Photo Themes (look for it through the "Search" button, it has moved way down). It looks like it fits right in.
     

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