Trash the Image

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Chris of Arabia, Oct 6, 2007.

  1. Chris of Arabia

    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    Makes a change from all those dresses. I got up early one morning - not likely to happen again in a hurry.

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    Un-trashable

    technically
    mebbe the mud bank has a slightly blue tinge and the slight blow out of the second boat hull.

    Like the morning sunlight, gives a warm glow to all that bare wood, loads of detail, nice composition of this front boat capturing nearly all of it, but plenty of other interest, I dont think it would work half as well if that front boat mast was vertical, the frame is filled with....stuff

    Like I said, un-trashable unless you don't like boats..or...something
    I dunno
    somebody else trash this photo...I'm not mad or bad enough:grumpy:
     
  3. Chris of Arabia

    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    I wouldn't worry too much about the 'trash the image' bit, just seeking ever more creative ways of encouraging feedback.

    At one level, I really don't like boats, but that only applies when someone asks me to get on whilst it's moving and over water. On the other hand they make such great subjects with all those reflections off the water and their endless fiddly bits to point a camera at.

    I think the blue tinge is a reflection of the sky on the wet mud, it just shows up more I think because of the warm light on other parts of the image. I do like the way that the line of boats leads your eye from front to back of the image, the line of mud and that mast then brings it back forward again.

    Anyway, thanks for looking.
     

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