walking into the ends of the earth

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  1. cypilk

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    I really like the compostion and emotional feel of this photo. You can almost feel the water on your feet just looking at it.
     
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    I like the picture, but the scene is far too constrasty for me. I think it would have been better to wait for more favorable lighting. If you look you will notice that all your tones fall into a middle grey, you usually need a defined black and a defined space of white for the photo to look its best.
     
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    Its a great idea but id have to agree with Hav, a great chunk of the sky and water in the upper right is blown out.
     
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    this is a nice composition, however I don't that B&W does it justice.
     
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    yeah.. i don't think i used a flash on that one... =(
     
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    I really like the composition as others have noted, but I also think something can be done with the subjects. Assuming your subject is the couple. B&W is great for this shot. Any chance you can work with the printing to lighten the couple a little bit more? If you could lighten the woman in the picture I think it would be, overall, a very good picture.

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