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SueEley 11 279 96 Wales
26 Sep 2011 8:14PM
I like the cheeky reflection of the lighthouse, and I really like the interesting graphic shapes of sand and water, but I find the distant cranes etc distracting.

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pmorgan 10 217 13 England
26 Sep 2011 8:15PM
I see what you mean about the comp Mark, neither here or there, either a step to the left to centralise it or a step to the right to get the old rule of thirds thing going on - that said though, I'm sure if you hadn't mentioned it I wouldn't have really noticed

Rgds
Paul
MarkBroughton 9 286 1 England
26 Sep 2011 8:16PM
Thanks Sue, I agree about the cranes etc
MarkBroughton 9 286 1 England
26 Sep 2011 8:18PM
Yeah Paul, I kinda like the composition and love the colours, but something is definitely annoying me about the shot, maybe thats it, a step to one side would have helped. Appreciate the comment mate Smile Keep the crits coming folks.....maybe I should have uploaded it to the crit gallery instead lol
Mark
LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2011 8:24PM
I so wish that I had the computer and software facilities here that I have at home, then I would play with the image and sort out what I think needs in order to give it the impact it deserves. I'd certainly crop it differently, but I'm not sure exactly how. Worth a vote for the sharpness, colour and subject though I think it is still work in progress.
GregorP 12 4 Slovenia
26 Sep 2011 8:48PM
Excellent!

Gregor
fazzer 8 54 7 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2011 8:49PM
great tones and light but would lose the right third, as said the cranes are distracting
jeremy
Richsr 10 91 223 England
26 Sep 2011 8:50PM
Like the movement and tones in this, good work with the 10 stopper, for me I think I would look at letter boxing this to remove some of the foreground which is not really adding anything.
Regards Richard
ChrisStyles 9 387 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2011 10:01PM
Looks cool to meSmile
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 11 Canada
26 Sep 2011 10:05PM
Lovely tones............Sandy
26 Sep 2011 10:09PM
I like it. You may like to consider the alternative of a crop from the bottom and a centrally located horizon in letterbox format.
Alun
MarkBroughton 9 286 1 England
27 Sep 2011 6:18PM
Thanks peeps, really appreciate the suggestions and comments above, will be having a play Smile
Mark
Fisher2 9 1 Ireland
2 Oct 2011 9:52PM
The b+w 10 stopper looks fine , would you recommend it Mark ?

dessy
MarkBroughton 9 286 1 England
3 Oct 2011 7:43AM
Cheers Dessy, yeah I would recommend it. Its a slight pain with it being a screw on filter, you need to compose your shot then quickly screw on the filter each time, but apart from that I really like it and have had some good results from it mate. Benefits are that it is quite strong and would be hard to smash I reckon Smile

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