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The bridge

By yamahaman
Would like any help that can be given on the picture composition etc any points more than welcome. The photo is untouched in photoshop or other photo editing software so any ideas more than welcome thanks

Tags: Harrogate Landscape and travel

Voters: susanbarton, lostnspace2011, bagman and 9 more


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18 May 2012 10:27PM
Excellent shot good focus and detail throught, good composition with the little boat in the first arch an almost 3D effect, great work

Susan

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Welcome to EPZ Robert. I do like this, lots of detail and composition looks good to me Smile

Mark
jdinne 13 16 England
18 May 2012 11:15PM
There is not much wrong, there is plenty of good colour and detail, the composition is good.

Two things I have noticed, the bridge looks slanted to the right ( this is something I am always being told about) a twist ccw would sort this.

Also and this might be a bit picky, where the image meets the background above the centre arch and then above the tree line, it seems to flood/blend. A solution to this would be a different background, Black?

Rgds

John

Quote:There is not much wrong, there is plenty of good colour and detail, the composition is good.

Two things I have noticed, the bridge looks slanted to the right ( this is something I am always being told about) a twist ccw would sort this.

Also and this might be a bit picky, where the image meets the background above the centre arch and then above the tree line, it seems to flood/blend. A solution to this would be a different background, Black?

Rgds

John



I also agree and I would have waited till the boat was closer but that's just me, welcome to EPZ

John
tonyguitar Plus
4 56 34 Canada
19 May 2012 5:42PM
Looked at this yesterday and so today I think there is a solution. Too much of a good thing.

Crop in from the right up close to the third pillar and crop 2/3rds of the greenery from the left side and remove a narrow strip from the bottom.

This brings your attractive but large subject forward with improved simplicity and clarity. TG

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