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rush hour

By fergal
New to the game. All comments much appreciated.

Tags: Landscape and travel


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Pete Plus
16 18.8k 97 England
26 Jun 2003 10:32PM
I like the moody tones. To improve: the horizon could do with straightening up by rotating clockwise by about 2 degrees. I would also lighten the centre section to make the figures stand out a little more and clone out the lamppost and fishing rod and person on the right. This would leave a less cluttered beach with just two silhouetted figures.

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G3 Plus
15 13 2 United States
27 Jun 2003 4:07AM
And for a differing opinion... this is what YOU saw--the way you saw it. For what it matters , I rather like it
TanyaH Plus
14 1.3k 392 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2003 9:17AM
It must be my screen, 'cos I can't even see a lamp-post, fishing rod and a person on the right! Bit of callibration coming up ... I love the glimpse of the sun as it sets, like it's peeking out for one last time. Strong image that is worth doing a bit of work on to make it even better.
leeg Plus
14 165
27 Jun 2003 12:36PM
Not knowing what's acceptable and what's not.... Are all these photo's digitally enhanced in some way? It seems to me you can create a stunning picture with an average digital shot and being very handy in Paint shop Pro or whatever. Or am I missing the point of digital photography?
leeg Plus
14 165
27 Jun 2003 12:39PM
Sorry, nice shot by the way, but I agree with Pete.
28 Jun 2003 8:35AM
Thanks for all the comments guys. Anyone notice the 'fourth face' on the left hand side of the peak?
TanyaH Plus
14 1.3k 392 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2003 9:16AM
Now you mention it, yes! Kinda laying back, as though resting and looking upwards? Was that intentional, or ...?

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