Low Tide

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by FOREXPOSURE, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. FOREXPOSURE

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    My shot at a B&W picture, like to hear your opinion.

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    Shame about the sky being slightly over exposed , but i really like all the black stones,pebbles(?)

    7/10 :D
     
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    I like the image itself, nice composition, and I keep wondering what the sausage-like thing in the middle-left is.

    But the tones are not what they should be. Too gray.
     
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    Its a tree ;) and shells probably

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    I like the first one best! The second one cuts of too much of the cool little waves! But in general its a great shot weather its cropped or not!!
     
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    As already mentioned, you have blown highlights in the sky. The horizon is slightly curved, and nothing seems to be sharp. Everything seems almost in focus.

    That being said, I'm sure that this was amazing to see in real life (especially the reflections), and it's definitely worth a trip back!
     

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