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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by jaharris1001, Apr 12, 2009.

  1. jaharris1001

    jaharris1001 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    a couple from my favorite beach to photograph here in Central Florida, Flagler Beach

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    someone from another forum suggested I do that shot in b&w so here it is
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    I liked the holes and lines on this one too

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  2. Froggy

    Froggy TPF Noob!

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    Love the ground in both!! The skies look like weird though... artefacts? I don't know, but they seem blurred and whithout details... :\
    Otherwise, I prefer the B&W one : )
     
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    astrostu I shoot for the stars

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    I agree -- I like the ground in all of them. I think the sky only works well in the first one. In the other two, I think it detracts. I would suggest trying out a "rule of thirds" approach with your horizon line, in this case having the ground be ~2/3 of the shot, the sky ~1/3.
     

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