Waves Off The Coast.

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  1. matt-l

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    Now with B&W edit!!

    Just got my first L Lens!! 17-40L f/4 :D

    First shot i half liked with it. Dark due to the fact, well, i was kind of dark out.

    Canon 20D-BG-E2-Canon 17-40L f/4

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    argh i realllly want this lens!!!!
    interesting shot
    is that mist?
     
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    Is what mist?
     
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    Looks underexposed to me. Try bringing up your highlights until the snow is white at least.
     
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    Which do you prefer?
     
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    I think the exposure/brightness is better in the 2nd...but I'm not sure if the B&W is helping or not.

    The part that I'm really unsure about...is the composition. I keep looking up to see the sky...but it's just not there. if you are going to include that much ocean in the background...I think you should clearly show the horizon...so the viewer's eye has somewhere to go. Or else, try cropping it much closer and getting rid of all that dead space.
     

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