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Dusty Evening

By sonupanwar  
an evening at Gujrat.. this pic clicked by point and shoot camera.. i want to know how can i click a more smart pic by same camera..

Tags: Landscape and travel

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paulbroad 13 131 1290 United Kingdom
6 Dec 2013 5:51PM
This is actually quite simple and the stronger for that. You really have to clone out thathit of rail at the bottom, though. Strong simple images are the best for simple cameras. Keep things uncomplicated and you have a better chance of success.

Too much contrast, too much detail and images can soon deteriorate.

Paul
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.5k 2343 United Kingdom
6 Dec 2013 7:23PM
The simplicity is calming and very attractive. Definitely get rid of the railing at the bottom. I would go for a tighter crop at the sides, I think a square crop would contain the minimalism well. Maybe a bit more contrast, for clarity, but not a big change. Also watch out for stray, detached bits of twig poking into the frame.
Mod to follow...
Moira
pamelajean Plus
14 1.5k 2189 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2013 4:29PM
Aiming for simplicity is often the best strategy, Sonu, and you seem to have a good eye for this sort of thing, judging by the pictures in your portfolio. It's uncomplicated and impactful, and its strength lies in its minimalism. Creating uncluttered, but distinct compositions can serve to simplify and yet enhance the delivery of an idea.

Moira's modification shows you how to make the most of your frame and contain your story within it. It is also now possible to make out the little bird that sits upon one of the branches.

You have subtle colours and a delicacy within the branches and moon, and the image speaks of peace and calm as the day comes to an end. Your branches have come out silhouetted, so they look strong against the light sky, and they make an attractive frame for the moon.

Try to keep an eye on the edges of your frame when shooting because distractions that lie close to the frame edge will tend to carry extra visual weight, and therefore the viewer's eyes will be more drawn to them. Careful choice in framing your picture is one of the most important things you can do to strengthen its impact.

I want to thank you for your previous responses to the critique that you have received. However, there have been several times when you have not managed to make a comment.
It's good for commenters to know whether the critique that you have received has been helpful, even if you just give a short response to those comments, just so that we know we are pitching our critique at the right level for you, and providing you with the sort of feedback that you require. It could be assumed that, since you continue to upload to the Critique Gallery, you are happy with the response, but a few words from you can make all the difference to the critiquer, who will never know. Thankyou.

Pamela.
18 Dec 2013 5:45PM
Thanks Moira for such a good modification of my pic.. i try to perform better..
18 Dec 2013 5:46PM
thanks Pamela,
i m really lucky so i got ur comments on my pic. i m trying to learn from ur comments.. hope soon i will click a perfect pic.

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