Oceanside Pier (Thoughts/Critiques)

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  1. Alexander Dingley

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    I'd bring up the shadows a tad. But that's nit-picking. Pretty cool photo. I drive by there every day.
     
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    Thanks, yea i'd like to bring the shadows up but the picture doesn't have the dynamic range (shot on a t3i) so it gets really ugly fast.
     
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    I like it! I think it's fine even though you can't bring detail back in the shadows. I think there's enough detail going on with the piles themselves to satisfy my eye. It also seems to force my eye to look around the rest of the frame because there isn't excessive detail to keep my eyes in the peir.
     
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    Picture is fine. Detail is one thing, there is enough of it, just right amount. Too much detail could be overwhelming. Looking at it I can feel the cool wetness of the ocean, that works for me better, than seeing every crack of the woodwork.
     

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