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Grimm Plus
9 587 6
15 May 2008 12:59AM
The soft, very light grey of the sky and the darkness of the foreground sand gives the image a very stable/ balanced feel. I am used to seeing seascapes with perfectly level horizons. I kinda like turn my head to the side a bit with this one. But maybe you deliberately did that to keep the main subject at the vertical. Its a shame there is a bit of light at the right corner, It kinda suck my gaze towards it and away from the little girl. But all in all this is a very lovely piece of photography and I would not mind it at all hanging on my wall.

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Diana Plus
9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
15 May 2008 2:04AM

Quote:I am used to seeing seascapes with perfectly level horizons. I kinda like turn my head to the side a bit with this one. But maybe you deliberately did that to keep the main subject at the vertical. Its a shame there is a bit of light at the right corner,


in short..needs straightening...phew Smile the things people write for a blue critique badge huh ?
great image, better still if you level up the horizon Smile

Dianna
15 May 2008 6:19AM
More is less nice one,John
15 May 2008 8:23AM
Thanks for the comments. I didn't really think too much about the horizon, it was just the angle I took the shot at. I could have done with a bit more detail in the sky as well, but it was a dull day with little definition in the clouds.

Cheers

Phil
Briwooly Plus
10 452 5 England
15 May 2008 3:57PM
Love this type of shot Phil has a 50s feel to it

Brian..............................................
User_Removed 10 7 8 Netherlands
2 Jun 2008 11:34PM
great sense of adventure. Lovely tones, beautiful comp, sense of space. Don't worry about the horizon, whenever my head is not straight on my shoulders (which is often) I tend to see tilted horizons.

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