Rock on the Beach

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  1. darin3200

    darin3200 TPF Noob!

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    This is a picture I took of a rock on a beach around the Boston, Mass. area. At the time the sun was setting, but was still at little bit too high and the reflection off the rock was terrible and I couldn't really adjust enough for that on the Fuji 3800 I had at the time. I ended up taking this picture thought the lense of my sunglasses :blushing:
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  2. Rob

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    Great shot, especially considering the dodgy technique!!

    I think it might be even stronger cropped to square, partly removing the shadow in the bottom RHS?

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    Well done! Creative answer to the exposure deal. "Making do with what you have" is important in our photo journey. I would add a touch of contrast and colour separation.
     
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    Excellent, I am gonna have to remember that little technique in the future. I like the light contrast with the shadowing at the bottom. Works well.

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