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Sunrise at Mahabalipuram

By bglimaye
The photo has been taken early morning before sunrise at one of the beaches in India with the help of point and shoot camera. Please give your valuable suggestions

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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ugly Plus
8 5 57 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 11:26AM
A top image nice tonnes and DOF...

Dave

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mugshotmyk 5 3 9 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 12:02PM
Have you noticed the horizon slopes away to the right. A modest correction in photoshop and you will have a charming and very well taken image to hang on the wall.
Ayoob 5 Australia
22 Feb 2012 12:05PM
A cracking shot and very good detail image..........Grin
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 1:01PM
Good composition, Yes the horizon is a little out, I think the colours and details are lovely but I would give them a bit more saturation, and a bit more cotrast to the sky to get more impact.
Diane
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 1:12PM
I have done a mod for youSmile
Diane
pamelajean Plus
10 959 1818 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 3:47PM
A nice sunrise scene, bg, capturing the children on the shoreline. The sun is nicely placed to the left side with no burnout, so you took advantage of the cloud there.
As the children are the subject, I have done a modification with one third sky and two thirds shore on the vertical. I adjusted levels to get more of a silhouette on the children and a bit more colour throughout, especially in the sky and where the sun hits the water and wet sand. I then selectively sharpened the bottom.
I have done a second modification where I used the burn tool to darken the top of the image, as I felt it looked better balanced.
Pamela.

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