sea side cottage

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Camper Dave, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. Camper Dave

    Camper Dave TPF Noob!

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    i took this at sennan cove a few weeks ago. i really quite like it but there's something bothering me about it and i can't quite put my finger on it. anyone alse think so too? i think it might be the building in the background to the left.

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  2. malachite

    malachite Heavily Medicated For Your Protection

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    It's the way all your lines are running together with the building in the background. There's no seperation, making it harder to visually interpret where one ends and the other starts. Just a little lower, a little higher, something..........

    Other than that it has the makings of a nice pic. Cool perspective idea......
     
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    the colors and balance are nicely done. the building does bother me a bit as everything in the picture distracts the viewer to it. almost like... hey look at the building on the left and don't worry about the nice white one.
     
  4. Camper Dave

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    cheers guys,

    think that's what it is. unfortunately it was a huge bloomin great building so i couldn't get it out of the shot. might try a bit of photoshoppery on it :)

    cheers,
    dave :)
     
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    Dave, try cropping the building to the left off, that might help. Give you a tighter shot of the white building.
     

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