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Drained pond.

By Laslo
The picture of the three of shots put together. I do not stand in the recordings made​​. Before the images were put together, I set the editor to light, the color quality and contrast. I know I stand a better visuals, but also expect advice and briefings to view images. Thanks in advance.

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paulbroad 9 117 1075 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2013 3:15PM
For me, there is nothing really there to look at. What is your subject? What you have done is OK technically, but I fail to see an interesting image in there.

Paul

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paulbroad 9 117 1075 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2013 10:40AM
Come on, you lot. How many people are going to bother to add some constructive comment.

Paul
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2013 9:26AM
First of all congratulations on trying for something different, and on creative cropping.
I've looked at this a couple of times because I like the idea but it somehow doesn't quite work for me and I have been trying to figure out why.
The problem I think is the narrow band of blue sky. It needs to be there, as a frame, as balance for the blue reflections in the water, but it dominates the composition. The real interest is in the foreground textures, the sky draws the eye away from them.
So no, this doesn't really work for me but I appreciate the fact that it's an original idea, so keep looking for more.
Moira

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