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Jump!

By ewanrawcliffe
A slight change from my usual landscapes, cropped and slight saturation boost

Tags: Jumping Ocean Sports and action

Voters: paskinmj, Carabosse, KarenFB


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pablophotographer 5 630 253
6 Sep 2012 9:58PM
Sharp picture here my young friend.

It's good to try your toes in new waters, you can become more rounded photographer.
Actually you still have a landscape photographer here
and a boy making it far more interesting Smile

I like the colours very much.

What I would have preferred is to see some of space used for the top of the picture to be given to the bottom. It would show us the height where this chap dives from. I hope you also captured the moment he entered the sea, it can hurt if you fall awkwardly. It is good fun though. I hope you had good fun too.

Last remark, please try to remember to tick the box that allows us to see the camera settings (exif) data when you are about to upload a picture.

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Carabosse Plus
13 40.0k 269 England
7 Sep 2012 12:22AM
What a joyful photo - and some good advice above. Smile
KarenFB Plus
10 4.6k 167 England
7 Sep 2012 7:13AM
A well timed shot - lovely and sharp!
Thanks everyone, I cropped the bottom as you see other people in the water which I thought didn't look so good and I do have some of entering the water.
pablophotographer 5 630 253
7 Sep 2012 10:21AM
Youngphotoman I had suspected that you may had done such cropping. Sometimes it is good to include the other people too, this could be a picture theme like "here I come". But, of course their presence could be too much for the picture, in colour and in shapes (someone may had not been fully or nicely positioned in the frame). You were there and you know the scene and the moment best.
pablophotographer 5 630 253
7 Sep 2012 8:36PM

Quote:What a joyful photo - and some good advice above. Smile


Thanks for the comment Carabosse... and the "likes" Karen;
it's good to be recognised.

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