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Drift Wood 2

By Phil-LS
This the same piece of wood as the other shot but moved to a different angle.

I've played about with layers and masks on this as the original was a bit blend in colour.

Thanks for looking.

and ALL C&C's welcome

Tags: General Digitally manipulated Drift wood Landscape and travel Flash and lighting

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paulbroad 8 113 1012 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2011 7:13PM
Not really much to say other than I get the feeling that you have tilted things giving a strong angle on the horizon. What you have done, you have done well - not really my kind of subject.

Paul

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Jestertheclown 7 7.2k 249 England
18 Apr 2011 10:53PM
It's not a bad shot and the lighting has certainly worked.

It's a bit over saturated for my liking and I'd lose that thick black border. A much thinner one would be less overpowering.
(Actually, I'd lose it altogether. I don't like borders of any kind. They're one of my pet hates but that's just a personal thing!)
Also, there's a slight mark just above the wood. Cloning perhaps?
Hope this helps.

Bern.
Phil-LS 12 632 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2011 12:55AM
Thanks Paul and Bern for you in put and advice
NEWMANP 8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2011 10:43PM
hi,
really nice subject but maybe too tightly cropped and the colour has been pushed too hard for my taste. i think being so close, the wood has not been rendered as sharp as it could have been.

i agree with the border and usually around 3 pix is enough to sit comfortably.

best regards
Phil
Phil-LS 12 632 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2011 8:33AM
Thanks Phil for your input, all has been taken on board .

Phil

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