Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Frequency, Mar 1, 2012.
It's so awesome, but... I would either crop at his waist or keep in mind to get lower and get the whole body. The half black image isn't working for me.
Thank you Bossy... you are right
I find the entire subject way too centred, i.e. photographer and camera plus sun. I'd crop this one quite a bit, actually, also from to and left.
Thank you LaFoto.... You have a point there
LaFoto, i have attempted a new trim... this was the limit of non-centering i can do within the frame
Nice, I prefer the cropped version.
I like the photo in first post. Seems more balanced to me.
If I were to crop it, I would remove 2 cm on the left keeping the space on the right of the photographer.
It would be easy to you to remove the grain.
A little bit more of saturation would also be welcome .
Actinometro is right, removing the noise is easy on this, and the extra saturation definitely helps too. Lovely image in the first place, I think...
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nice. I also prefer the cropped version.
Good work Frequency
How about more of a portrait presentation instead of horizontal ? Even more of the bottom could go.
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