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Taken on a whim

By Nigwel
No photoshopping, no playing with it. Just how it was taken.
Up to you to find fault. I'm sure the David Baileys out there will.

Tags: Transport Boats

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This photo is here for critique. Please only comment constructively and with suggestions on how to improve it.

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saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
19 Mar 2014 8:04PM
Great shot in good light,
Saeid

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3510 Canada
19 Mar 2014 8:37PM
Youre not likely to receive many critiques with that introduction!

And without any EXIF data. Critique is for suggesting ways to improve technique, equipment handling, composition and content. Not to find fault.


Regards

Willie
Nigwel 2 7
19 Mar 2014 10:27PM
Hi.
Exit data would not allow any equipment handling. If I was to adjust the photos colours in any way the exif data goes out the window.
To me the exif would only give an idea of settings. It was just a photo I took without the idea of placing on here, but decided to get an idea of how well it looked in other peoples eyes.
Thanks.
Nigwel 2 7
19 Mar 2014 11:01PM

Quote:Hi.
Exit data would not allow any equipment handling change. If I was to adjust the photos colours in any way the exif data goes out the window.
To me the exif would only give an idea of settings. It was just a photo I took without the idea of placing on here, but decided to get an idea of how well it looked in other peoples eyes.
Thanks.

banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3510 Canada
19 Mar 2014 11:34PM
It shouldnt be placed in this Gallery then Nigel, it belongs in the general gallery.

This is for critiques, and EXIF data IS required.

Regards

W
paulbroad 9 116 1056 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2014 1:11PM
EXIF data is part of the story. Whatever you do later, the EXIF does not change. It relates to the instant the shutter was depressed. Any information helps critique.

Here, you look a touch under exposed and shadows are rather heavy. A bit more exposure and some dodging of shadows should improve things. You are also a touch tight in the frame. I like tight crops, but this is a bit too tight.

Paul

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