Syncronized Swimming

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  1. braciola

    braciola TPF Noob!

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I only get a red x here, but could get to the photo doing "the trick" (i.e. by right-clicking the red x, getting the URL out of the properties and cutting and pasting it).

    That bright, bright reflection in the top right is SEVERELY distracting. Very, very much so! I find it practically ruins the photo. Sorry to be so direct but ... you know...

    And how can this duck's "swimming" be synchronised when there's no other duck out there with him? He doesn't synchronise his movements with any other duck...
     
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    ypperin TPF Noob!

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    I don't find the reflection distracting at all, in fact I find that it really adds to the shot! If it wasn't there I believe the shot would have a muted effect loosing how dramatic and clear it is.

    Great shot!
     
  4. braciola

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    I was looking for the reflection..... i went in the point to have the reflection in that place.
     
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    Hi,
    very nice picture, even if there is the reflection (I don't think that's a pb, but i'm not a pro!) :)
     

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