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By mule  
O Grove, Espana

Tags: Landscape and travel

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3 Oct 2006 9:56PM
I think maybe a tweak with some contrast/hue in photoshop or something and it would be fine. (i seem to say that alot in my comments..haha!)

Nice capture of a twightlight though!
joolsb 17 27.1k 38 Switzerland
4 Oct 2006 9:00AM
The comp here is good and could only be improved if you were able to make the line of the beach come in from the bottom left corner rather than midway along the bottom. I agree the shot needs a little more 'oomph'. Try increasing the saturation and contrast just a tad...
culturedcanvas 16 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2006 12:13PM
Hi, i have to disagree with boosting saturation on this .. a lot of people go that route (and it does get a lot of clicks if you do) however sometimes its not needed .. the photo here benefits from subtle skies.

The composition doesnt work for me tho .. i personally think there should be something in the foreground - and if there was nothing suitable then i would crop most of the foregroudn out .. Jools made a good point about line of the beach coming in from the left and i think this may well have helped the impact.

Tooth 16 5.8k 227 Ireland
4 Oct 2006 10:17PM
As one who would often advocate a little tweak in saturation i'd agree with dan in this one to keep it subtle. My main problem here is with the comp. the line of the tide is a good lead-in but it's a bit jarring that it starts from the centre of the image - a crop off the left might help this. I purposely wrote that before reading the other comments above Dan's, and I see it's what Jools had in mind also. I think a tinty tiny boost in contrast may help. and finally perhaps it's a little bit oversharpened. But hey, potentially a lovely image


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