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Dawlish Warren - Decaying break water

By ARKLightning  

Tags: Breakwater Landscape and travel

Voters: Chinga, Leilani, tobyjug

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Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2012 1:24PM
Lovely composition! IB

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senn Plus
7 5 1 Belgium
29 Jan 2012 1:29PM
lovely comp and effective shallow DOF, .. but shameful tilted horizon line
senn Thankyou for the feedback, I'll be honest I didn't even think about the horizon line but thankyou very much for pointing this out to me, this is a new hobby for me so I'm extremely grateful for the feedback and have re-composed the image based on your suggestion. Many thanks
Leilani 13 29 3 England
29 Jan 2012 4:37PM
Ouch bit harsh! I thought it looked rather arty! But then again I am a bit of a rebel when it comes to straight lines and protocols. Smile Really like the textures of the wood...if you have re aligned it do attach it as another version so we can see! Well done anyway Smile
tobyjug 7 6 England
29 Jan 2012 5:28PM
I agree Leilani I like to view outside the box on some things. nice shot Andy tight lines.
Thankyou Leilani, I've only a basic membership at the moment so restricted to one photo a day. I must admit though I've aligned the horizon but the main subject leans in slightly and draws the eye away from the line of the breakwater and toward the bottom left corner, it's surprising how it changes the whole dynamic of the image. If I were a bit more adept with photoshop the perhaps straightening the horizon with out altering the skew of the original composition would work.

I do take on board all the comments, and appreciate people taking the time to offer me some constructive feedback

Many Thanks

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