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Two Half Hitches

By CarlSN  
Took this last night at the end of a reasonable sunset, which was behind me!?! I wanted to get more effect on the buildings, but it is only really seen in the windows.

This is my first attempt at using layers, burning and dodging.

f16
iso100
1sec

Your comments and crit most welcome.

Tags: Water Boat Transport Architecture Docks Landscape and travel

Voters: Barrynic, Dave_Henderson, graceland and 13 more


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graceland 11 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2008 8:29PM
Super Picture well taken well done !!

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robway 11 318 Wales
18 Apr 2008 8:52PM
Excellent image, I like the f/g interest of the bollard and the boats and buildings complete an extremely pleasing shot.
John
Ingleman 9 9 4
18 Apr 2008 10:17PM
Great depth and colour, loads of interest. I think the comp is very slightly off, with the gap above the bollard too short. Slightly higher viewpoint would create more space between bollard and distant building with better balance to the shot. Still a good shot, I like it. Andy I
CarlSN 8 372 1 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2008 8:50AM
Thanks Robin ,John and Andy for the words. Most welcome. Andy, I will revisit and apply your thoughts and see what comes of it.

And for your votes, thanks everyone.

Carl
Ingleman 9 9 4
19 Apr 2008 7:22PM

Quote:Thanks Robin ,John and Andy for the words. Most welcome. Andy, I will revisit and apply your thoughts and see what comes of it.

And for your votes, thanks everyone.

I'd be interested to see if that works. I have a cloth ready to wipe the egg off my face if it doesn't! Good luck...Andy I

Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
20 Apr 2008 5:29PM
An excellent view of Gloucester docks, I like the way you've composed this shot

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