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By canonfan46  
First upload folks, critique welcome but go easy on me.
Not a lot happening but I feel I have to show something after all the advice I get on this site.

Tags: Sports and action

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VIKI 14 18 1 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2009 8:12AM
Excellent shot.
James_C Plus
11 38 57 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2009 8:36AM
Nice shot John. Nice details and a good point of view.

canonfan46 11 1.1k United Kingdom
12 Aug 2009 8:36AM
Thank you Viki, your first to comment on my first showings, I feel like i'm off and running now, cheers
CathR 13 151 564 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2009 10:28AM
It's a good shot, John. Well exposed, good colours and sharp.

I think you were right to go in close but perhaps the composition could be improved by leaving a bit more space at the front for the boat to move into. This helps with all moving objects - cars, animals etc.

But certainly a nice shot.


canonfan46 11 1.1k United Kingdom
12 Aug 2009 2:35PM
Thanks Cath, I see your point but this was one time I got in close,
probably should have zoomed back a bit. Thanks for comment
canonfan46 11 1.1k United Kingdom
14 Aug 2009 1:28AM
I like that Petixa, but I wont ask how you did it, that would be getting ahead of myself.
petixa 15 Spain
17 Aug 2009 9:47PM
hi Smile... I thought that you had not liked...
the problem is i don't speak english and i don't remember the exact values.
... I try
Shades / lightings
and all there
shades... 50%
lightings 100%
and...Alteration of color -100%... aprox
Before to this I did a cap and then with tool erase or smear I erased the sea and the hull of boat with a big paintbrush, non-stop in details, this can remove two minutes... all, is very easy. I wait you understand and help you
canonfan46 11 1.1k United Kingdom
19 Aug 2009 10:45PM
Thanks Petrixa, sorry for late response but I have been away for a few days.
Thank you for your mod and the info on how you did it.
What I meant by "getting ahead of myself" was that I think this sort of manipulation is too advanced for me to grasp at this stage. I am findinding it difficult to learn everything all at once so I am concentrating on my actual camera work and then maybe the advanced photoshop later on, but thank you for your valued interest and advise.

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