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potto

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Registered: March 2005
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Date: Wed December 14, 2005
Views: 3,003
Filesize: 110.6kb
Dimensions: 600 x 450
Keywords: couples fog beach seascape winter romance beach landscape
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alexpm_cu
Hey!!! we have a cold tone here. I like it. It seems to me that is too much empty space at the bottom half of the frame.
#1 Wed December 14, 2005 2:20pm

potto
Thankyou for your comment and rating alexpm always appreciated, i did think about cropping, but decided to keep the bottom half so that the people seem smaller and more distant and to let the lines on the beach lead your eyes towards them. Well, thats what i hoped anyway maybe i should of cropped! Wink
#2 Wed December 14, 2005 9:34pm

gazmaster
Very eerie feeling to this one Potto, have you seen the Sky series The 4400, looks like an opening episode from series 1 when they return to earth, brilliantly done.
Regards

G@zz@
#3 Wed December 14, 2005 11:16pm

bailbr
I like the the image and the lines of the beach that draw you in. I would have chosen a tone somewhwere between sepia and BW as I think the image has a nostalgic look to it imho only. The image is well composed and the bright upper right corner adds to the contrast. Nice shot!
#4 Thu December 15, 2005 6:44pm

desertpea
Very nice! I like the composition and the ghostly feel to this. Have to agree with bailbr about the tone, but it could be because I'm not keen on aqua/turquoise ... A touch of the Stephen Spielbergs.
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#5 Thu December 15, 2005 10:04pm

gav_davies
I really like this shot, but it could be so much better with a tighter crop. The bottom half of the shot doesn't add anything to it for me. I'd also be tempted to use a little 'dodge & burn' to increase the contrast even more. Colour works well for me, gives it a nice cold feel.


Thanks,
Gav
#6 Thu December 15, 2005 10:10pm

alexpm_cu
Hey potto!!!, if that was your vision it´s OK for me, the author´s intentions must be respected at anytime. To get the whole idea is another thing, but now that you say it gets more sense to me Smile
#7 Fri December 16, 2005 4:13pm

zafiro
I think the colour and composition work really well.
#8 Wed December 21, 2005 1:37pm




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