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Term 10 86 9 England
23 Jan 2008 10:03AM
well composed, nice lead in

Ben

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23 Jan 2008 10:51AM
The wet rocks provide lots of excellent foreground interest and a good lead into the frame. You have also managed to keep the image sharp from the nearest rocks right through to the pier, which is important in an image like this. I would however, be tempted to replace the sky in this one Oliver, it's not really adding anything to the image. May be my eyes but is the horizon just a tad off? A few simple tweaks would add a lot to this one.

Jim
olbell 8 47 1 England
23 Jan 2008 11:00AM
Yeah i know the sky is a bit poor but i don't know how to relace skies! Agree about the horizon aswell, schoolboy! Cheers Jim

Rgds Ollie
23 Jan 2008 11:35AM
This is a good photo but as Jim said, a better sky would make it a GREAT photo.

The standard of the photos on this site is so high these days that even the tiniest detail matters so much, whereas a few years ago we seemed to be able to get away with soooo much, and I should know lol.

It's a good place to learn though, probably the best there is on the internet.

Well done.
Geoff.
olbell 8 47 1 England
23 Jan 2008 11:43AM
Thanks Geoff, yes i know the standard is so high but thats good, i want to get better so no better place than ePz!

Rgds Ollie
SKavanagh 9 312 5 England
23 Jan 2008 12:32PM
Excellent shot lovely composition
Steve
23 Jan 2008 12:52PM
I love the detail and colours in the foreground rocks. If only there was a bit more action in the sky.

Great shot and composition.
James Smile
gorhug 9 England
23 Jan 2008 1:05PM
I like it, nice shot
Gordon
User_Removed 9 172 1 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2008 2:20PM
Another excellent image, so much detail and colours in the rocks.
The is a feature in Practical Photography, feb issue, on how to replace sky's. I know its like cheating, but with a shot like this, i think it would really make it.
Mark
GalleryGirl 9 4 2 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2008 3:44PM
Beautiful! Fab colours and composition.
Marilyn x
olbell 8 47 1 England
23 Jan 2008 3:47PM
Thanks mark i will look into it.

Cheers, Ollie
vulkan 9 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2008 4:48PM
I knew this was yours from the thumb.
Nice work ollie
Excellent image lovely colours.
Will
dathersmith Plus
9 550 12 England
23 Jan 2008 10:47PM
An excellent image Ollie, think I may have commented on one of yours on another site today as well. We must stop meeting like this Wink

Darren.
GillyB Plus
11 317 8 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2008 11:32PM
Love the perspective and foreground detail ....good work!

gill
WelshKiwi 8 3.2k 2 Wales
24 Jan 2008 9:03AM
Those rocks are amazing, wonderful detail in them, ok so the sky maybe needs some work, but Im too busy looking at the rocks to really notice anyways.

Lovely Image.
Lee Smile
sherlob Plus
10 2.8k 126 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2008 12:45PM
Hi Ollie,

I'm not too worried about the sky on this one - the foreground and composition is strong enough to make it a good shot. It does however need straighteningas the horizon slopes down to the left - remember to use the sea as the horizon line and not the peir - I doubt they are parrallel.

Adam

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