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looking for a customer

By bglimaye
on Mahabalipuram beach , early morning at the time of sunrise, i saw the person looking for a customer for a horseride . I have taken this photo with point and shoot camera. Please give your suggestions

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banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3494 Canada
14 Feb 2012 4:46PM
Its a very nice snap from a compact.

Its not level of course, but thats easily fixed.

The light was difficult, - not only for a compact, - but for any camera. Its seemed hazy and warm, and the image shows a very constructed tonal range, with no real black or white areas.

It would have been a good idea at the time to move your camera lower, to catch the full reflection of the pair, - could have been quite a nice shot.


Ive loaded a mod to brighten a little, and lift the shadows on the horse and the man, as well as straightening.



Hope it works for you,



regards


Willie

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14 Feb 2012 4:57PM
Im no expert I just like the picture
paulbroad 9 114 1046 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2012 8:38PM
This is a well seen and composed image, but is a good stop or more under exposed. Many cameras will do this in this situation, including top line DSLR's, but you need to look at the LCD straight after shooting and you would see this was under.

It's quite easy to lift this in software, just brighten up and add a touch of contrast.

paul
mhfore 9 6 176 England
14 Feb 2012 8:45PM
Hi Bg,
Not a lot to add to the above by Frank & Willie, all good advice and comments. I've gone for an inbetween crop as my ideal with just a touch of sky, I've also extended the right side to the image to give them a touch more room to walk into.

A shot with good potential espiacally if you could capture more sea and sand extending into the distance.

Nice pf.

Martin

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