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By stompie
I think I got the horizon straight! The tide is on its way in, soon you'll never know anyone was there.....
Criticism always welcome!

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: carlos73x,

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amaryllis 16 120
10 Oct 2005 10:32AM

I think the horizon's a wee bit down by the left although it looks quite curved...were you tilting your lens down for this shot? Also, I think you've been a bit severe on your crop...I think you were trying to focus the viewer's eyes on the footprints but you've left him/her little space to explore the rest of the shot and come back to the prints....

sorry if that sounds critical but I'm sure you're probably just a bit rusty..



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stompie 16 14
10 Oct 2005 10:43AM
Thanks for that Phil - constructive criticism is the only way to learn!
I did crop the pic to try and bring the viewers eyes to the footprints, and also to give the feeling of distance.
carlos73x 17 9
10 Oct 2005 6:54PM
what you should have done is got down a lot lower, yes that means getting mucky, but I don't mind that, included more of the sand and try and make the sea not take up so much of the frame, the horizon is a little curved but that can easily be fixed in PS, keep trying
stompie 16 14
11 Oct 2005 1:45AM
Thanks Carl, all help much appreciated!

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