tide coming in

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by jols, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. jols

    jols TPF Noob!

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    hope you like
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  2. jols

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    bump

    not dinging anybodies dong then.:(
     
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    very original
     
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    I like the photo but the colors are abit dull, could use alittle photoshop :)
     
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    I would like it if you shot this portait-style to get more water in the shot and hopefully the horizon line. Here it just seems like your pointing straight down, not the best composition.

    I still like it, though.
     
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    Well, since it depicts something which I like, and where alot of emotions are associated with, I like it in a way.

    But if I cast all that aside, I cannot find too much special about it. There are lots of lost highlights, overexposed, and the composition is ... a bit dull. There are no interesting lines and there is no point where the eye would rest on or concentrate on.

    A good example of a composition which follows what some people call "rule of thirds" ...


    I do not want to sound like a prick, so don't get me wrong or take it personal :)
     

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