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  1. seanarmenta

    seanarmenta TPF Noob!

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    WOW. I t looks like the sky is on fire in the background. The peir adds alot to the photo as well. Nice job!
     
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    I like that one better than the other shot of the pier. Love the reflections in the sand too.

    Alan
     
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    Beautiful colors! I am wondering if it would be a stronger photo if we saw the tip of the pier.
     
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    Very nice shot. The color detail is the sunset is wonderful and I think the proportions of the sand, water, sky, and pier are excellent. Very effective shot!

    I think I like the pier the way it is in this shot as it frames nicely. showing the end of the pier would not have framed the colors as well.
     
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    The shot is clear, and the pier's timber colour is still visible although it looks like you exposed more for the sky. Is this a blended image?
     
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    Just great all around!
    Composition, colors etc., I'm sooooo envious!
     
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    I love the patterns and perfect amount of contrast. It probably would even work in B&W.
     
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    Very nice, love the colors and the composition.
     
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    I was just playing with this image in B&W, hope you don't mind. In my opinion color was definitely the way to go. In black and white the picture looks very bleak and cold and loses most of the interesting aspects. I believe that the colors and composition are the two most interesting items in this picture. Take out the color and half of the interest is gone.... :shock:
     

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