Pier at dusk

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  1. tb2

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    very cool. weird though how the horizon in straight and the top of the bridge is slanting. think it'd be even better if that'd be straight too.
     
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    I like it. The shapes of the pier are very interesting, but they somehow compete with the person for attention.
    I think cropping off the top part and leaving the pier support (in the black region) still leaves enough interesting shapes but makes the composition simpler.
    Or maybe crop just above the person's head and leave all the shapes.

    Dani
     
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    Very nice!

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    Wonderfully composed, as always. No complaints here!
     
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    Nicely thought out, great lighting too

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    Thanks for the comments all. The figure's there for scale and visual interest. I have a shot without the person, but it has less punch.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    Very nice job Tony.
     
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    The person definitely adds to the shot, IMO. Beautiful composition and colour.
     
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    great shot! might even work for some kind of stock photo...?
     
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    very nice
     

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