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  1. Tuna

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    ...which used to be a sexual reference in order to get viewers to this thread. I considered it a parody of the occasional misleading title but then realized I was stooping to the same level and, in a way, encouraging that behaviour. Thanks for looking and all further comments and critique welcome.

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  2. santino

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    ok, why that title? ;)
    regarding the pic: it's really nice but the moon's kinda strange (not exactly the moon but the veil's a bit "unrea", I mean I don't say it's unreal if you know what I mean, it's just "unreal" :)). No, like it a lot!!!
     
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    Great title! :) I like the shot. I'm undecided about the light on the dock. I think it might be better without, but I guess someone would object if you stole the light!
     
  4. Artemis

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    I disagree, I think the light works well....and next time use a less misleading title.
    Everyone is like :O...then they see it and like :( but then they realise how good the pic is so its...:)...sort of equals out I guess...
     
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    Hes just playing the game ;) you do what youve got to I guess.

    Nice shot but it could do with some cropping of the foreground IMO.
     
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    I like this shot, looks great. I think the light on the dock is good, however its reflection overlapping the fizz from the wave kinda takes away from it I think, but that's just my opinion.
     
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    I really really like this shot, and I like the light on the dock as well... but I do agree with Karalee in that a little bit of cropping might be nice.
     
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    Now that's a cool shot. Mind sharing the exposure info?
     
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    great shot, I'd like to know the exposure info too. And what was the previous title? Coz I missed it?
     
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    gorgeous. if i were still a kid, i would be drooling over this (i used to really like blue)
    the tilt of the horizon is a little wierd, but i don't think it takes away from anything.

    i'm with mentos, all this talk about the title is confusing :scratch:
     
  11. Tuna

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    Thanks for the comments and critique, guys. I have tried cropping some off the bottom and didn't like it as much. I think the extra dark space seems to balance the photo and also add to the feeling of emptiness.

    This was taken with a Canon FTBn on Kodak EC slide film. The exposure would have been f8 or 11 and either 4 or 8 seconds.
     
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    But what was the title?!?!?!
     

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