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High and dry

By Nick_G
dont know whether or not this should have been slightly off center or perhaps taken from a different viewpoint.

Tags: General Harbour Boats

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NickParry 12 1.0k 79 Wales
1 Nov 2010 11:12AM
Although I am not a 'rules' person, I would be inclined to use the rule of thirds with a subject matter like this.

My mod shows what composition I think would work. I would also be inclined to shoot at a lower viewpoint and a wider lens.

Nick Smile

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pamelajean Plus
11 1.0k 1962 United Kingdom
1 Nov 2010 5:19PM
Hello, Nick. I agree with the other Nick. I think the boats needed separating because they are the same colours and have the same buoys, so my first thought was that they blend together far too much. Shooting from the left of them, you could probably achieve the suggested composition and could also use the mooring chains as a lead-in. I'd like to have seen the top of the background boat inside the frame, and I agree with Frank about the removal of the mast cover. With a little more water on the sand, you might be able to include some good reflections, too.
Pamela.
Nick_G 8 39 England
1 Nov 2010 8:06PM
Many thanks all for your comments, which are very much appreciated.

Nick

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