The Line Up

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  1. Ripnowell45

    Ripnowell45 TPF Noob!

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    What do you think guys?
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    ha, i thought those were on sand at first. well, i dont have much bad to say, so i'll just say you have nice contrast form the sails to the sky
     
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    Color, exposure, focus, dof are all nice but crop is awkward.
    Too narrow and tight to the boats and strange proportions.
     
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    I actually think the crop isn't too bad - it's a bit tight but IMO not awkward.

    Rip - I noticed you're ok with others editing your shots - so i took the liberty of running it through photoshop.
    I thought it was a bit overexposed and had a look at the levels on the histogram. PS said it was ok but i still reckoned it was a bit bright. So all i did was adjust the levels by sliding the main centre control a bit to reduce the brightness.
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    I think it's been over polarized a bit and it's more obvious with the brightness turned down a bit. The brightness down a bit shows the ribs in the sails a bit more clearly and doesn't make the sail seem as overexposed.

    feel free to have a go at my adjustment even though it's only very slight.
     
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    Nice photo. If I were to make any change at all I might have cropped a little less off the left side. I like it overall.
     
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    Darich thanks for the edit I see what you are saying now. I will play around with it when I get home I cant tell on my work monitor.

    Icon it actually isnt cropped I couldnt get back much more because there was an area that is thin ice because of the tide rising and falling. I didnt really want to get wet for this shot lol.
     
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    Understood. In that case, I like it and wouldn't change a thing. :)
     

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