The 72 St Pier

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  1. midnitejam

    midnitejam TPF Noob!

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    Does this composition work? C&C, Please.

    300D Rebel
    C. Polarizer
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    ISO 100
    FL 43mm
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    While I like the idea, the photo looks a bit too sureal for my tastes. Prehapse without the pol filter quite so restricting? Unless sureal is what you were going for in which case it looks great :)
     
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    composition is generally good, but cut a little of the right hand side to center it.
     
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    It could definatly be centered a bit, but I love the shot, is it altered at all?it does seem surreal, also unfortunatly it is a bit out of focus, if you could go back to this same spot and get a better focus I think you would have something great on your hands.
     
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    I ran the pic through 'Neat Image' to eradicate some of the noise. I cropped it specificaly to get the white-cap on the left 1/3 vertical and to get that cloud close to being on the right 1/3 vertical in order to apply the 'rule-of-thirds' as closely as possible.

    My delima was to choose a sharp and noisy image over a softer image with less noise.

    Thanks for the comments.
     

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