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By brian1208
I've tried to incorporate all the feedback I got from yesterday's upload (thanks very much everyone) into this version of the shot.

What do you think?

Tags: Bournemouth Art Boards Surf Digitally manipulated Sports and action

Voters: EllieEdge, JONTHELENS, SueTurner and 7 more

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EllieEdge 9 15 42 Norway
13 Mar 2008 1:09PM
I looked at ther shot from yesterday, and enjoyed the mods too. Think you've done a great job on this.

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jonny250 11 60 Guernsey
13 Mar 2008 4:21PM
I just looked at your picture from yesterday and the mods. i prefer your version yesterday - but hey we all have different ideas Smile
just one suggestion if i may; i think you have to try and position yourself so that you can catch the guys face as he is surfing - not easy at all! (dont take the comment the wrong way - its a good picture, i just think you need to get the face if poss' ).
the waves normally hit the beach from one end or the other depending on wind, fetch, etc so depending on light etc there's usually one spot that should be ok for face shots... just my 2p worth.
take a look at photos for some ideas (not all good!)
brian1208 Plus
14 11.3k 12 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2008 4:35PM
Thanks for taking time to comment Ellie and Jonny.

Quote: I think you have to try and position yourself so that you can catch the guys face as he is surfing - not easy at all!
In this case I would have been about 100 yds off-shore and me 40D isn't waterproof! Smile

I think this guy must have been left-handed because he always seemed to end up facing the wave like this, most of the others I got face on.

In this case I think not seeing the face added to the "Arty" feel (but I realise its not a "proper" surfing shot, which was why I put it up for critique yesterday)

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