The Long Walk

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  1. Jankster

    Jankster TPF Noob!

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    Let me know what you think. Thanks for looking!
     
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    good photograph. great composition, subject and exposure.
    perhaps a little cropping to bring fisherman and birds closer?
     
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    Awesome composition! loving the way the lines lead you to the man. Also great texture and feel.
     
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    Title fits great, I think Cropping might lose some of that long walk emphesis. (Just my opinion) Good use of B/W as well. Thinks this image is a perfect example that sometimes centering can work.

    The only thing on deep inspection was some ghosting on the top of the lights. I could not tell if it was part of the lights or some kind of anomaly.

    Anyway it's a keeper.
     
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    Excellent shot! I love the black and white here, it really adds to the mood of the photo. I might crop it a tad bit, but it looks great as is. Good work
     
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    I agree with LokiZ concerning the cropping. I, personally, wouldn't change it. The shot gives a great feel of depth and perspective.
    Great Shot, photo looks 10 feet deep.

    J.:mrgreen:
     
  7. Jankster

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    Thanks for the nice words everyone!! im really stoked on this shot

    as for the ghosting ontop of the lights thats actually spikes put ontop of the lights to keep the birds from sitting/nesting on them haha
     
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    ya,according to me,the pic will be better if the man is closer :)
     

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