Very Angry!

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  1. rebelnotarget

    rebelnotarget TPF Noob!

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    C & C of all kinds welcome.

    Thank you for looking :)


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    I really like the first one. The dark, ominous colors of the clouds really make the picture more dramatic and intense. Also, as the title suggests, the water just looks cold and angry. Nice work.
     
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    Very nice. The title works well with it.
     
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    both good shots but that first one really lives up to the thread title
     
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    Thank you all for the comments, please feel free to make any suggestions on how they could be improved.

    Krista
     
  6. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I feel that #2 does, with the water crashing against the rock ... but then #2 does not have the dark sky that #1 has, and that looks a lot angrier THERE, i.e. in #1. What weather ... it would make me stay inside, maybe working on folders of photos I took months ago and never got round to editing...
     
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    Nicely captured Krista. Both are great shots, but the second is my fave. That is some serious weather there.
     
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    I'd like to see a mermaid washed ashore. Or some other point to focus on. Imo, they're rather 'empty' now.
     
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    Nice job!! : )
     
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    Thanks guys. There is alot of serious weather here, wait until winter.
     
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    Nice- but if you stay inside you may miss the drama and nature's raw emotion.

    And so will we.
     
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    It is hard to pick a favorite out of these. I like the sky and curl of the wave in the first shot along with that nice rock in the foreground. The first to me is the moodier of the two photos.

    After looking a while I have to say that the second is my favorite. I like the detail on the island and roughness of the ocean. I don't know about mermaids but it would have been cool to have someone on the break water simply for scale, it is hard to imagine that some of those rocks are the size of cars.

    Awesome job. :thumbup:
     

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