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By jinstone

Tags: Beach Breaker Landscape and travel

Voters: Jools_jti, KevSB,

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Jools_jti 14 257 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2008 9:48AM
Nicely composed with the diagonal of the groyne forming a strong line and working with a vanishing point. However the image seems to lack a focal point, the groyne would seem to be the visual weight but is underexposed and lacks detail. The other factor, for me, is the horizon, a high horizon tends to the guide the eyes down which still leaves me searching for the true focal point.

Finding a strong foreground element to take as a focal point can be very important to lead the eye into the image. It forms what I refer to as an anchor for the eye to start from and return to.

Just my opinion though. Smile

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