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Stark Silhouettes 3

By conrad  
Third version of this shot, this time with the sky improved (well, at least I think so), and the pink gone. Bit more blue introduced, this time.

I'm very curious to hear your comments on this one - or see any mods.

Thanks for looking!

Conrad

Tags: The netherlands Holland Windmills Toned Kinderdijk Row Dutch meet Landscape and travel

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tigerminx 15 237 South Africa
16 May 2005 3:13AM
Lovely shot Conrad. I like the strong blue tones in this. Only thing I would have done different is moved the subject to the left and not have it in the center. (only if there wasn't something large and useless on the right handside Smile

Bruce.

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CanonMan Plus
18 586 4 England
16 May 2005 4:07AM
I like this the best of the 3 images. The blue gives it a cold, early morning feel. The foreground vegetation works for me and the line of windmills leading out from the centre, draws my eye off into the distance. Very nice indeed.
johnjrp 16 432 5 Australia
16 May 2005 4:15AM
Like the composition but IMO the sky is too purple. click. John
AngelaR 15 155 United Kingdom
16 May 2005 5:01AM
This is the best of the three I think Conrad, the silhouettes still look good and the clouds are wonderful with just that hint of blue sky there too.
exposure Plus
15 6.0k England
16 May 2005 5:25AM
I like this image lovely tones and composition lighting and detail.
Pauline.
firzhugh 15 13 New Zealand
16 May 2005 6:32AM
beautiful colours and composition. great image
deavilin 15 352 1 United Kingdom
16 May 2005 10:16AM
Well spotted wonderful image love itSmile

Charlotte
conrad 15 10.9k 116
16 May 2005 1:26PM
Paul - Thanks for the mod! I like the sort of antique and soft feel you've given the pic in your mod.

Bruce - Do you mean cropping part of the left-hand side of the image out, or do you mean I should have pointed my lens more to the right? (I seem to remember there was something stopping me from doing that, can't remember exactly.) I recently read in a magazine that if you have a focal point in the centre, but also something leading the eye away from it, you could decide to break the rule about not having things in the centre too much. I sort of feel it works here, but apparently you don't. Is it just because of the "rule", or do you feel it really is necessary to change this because it helps the shot? Just wondering...


John - Yes it is a bit purple, isn't it. Only I happen to love purple, and I wasn't trying to make it look realistic. Just nice. Thanks for commenting, though - appreciate the candour!

Everyone else: thanks for looking and commenting!

Conrad

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