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Mukta - Saltworker

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Mukta - Saltworker

Mukta, a saltworker in Gujarat, India, works around 10 hours a day in the emptiness of the salt


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Registered: June 2008
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Date: Tue June 24, 2008
Views: 3,587
Filesize: 23.2kb, 23.3kb
Dimensions: 800 x 533
Keywords: mukta saltworker

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#1 Tue June 24, 2008 2:54pm

Colin J
Welcome to the blog - a lovely thought provoking shot...C
#2 Tue June 24, 2008 9:44pm

Welcome from me too...nice reflection...john
We're off to see the Lizard~~the wonderful (sic) Lizard of Oz~~
#3 Fri June 27, 2008 12:15pm

The person is a little too central for me, if you can set your crop tool to 610 pixels wide and 505 pixels in height and start the crop top left i feel gives a better composition getting rid of some of the space on the right, i also feel the image lacks contrast and would benefit from a levels adjustment, even the auto levels button if you have Photoshop gives a more pleasing image. the file size is a little small as well, this leads to a degradation of the image, try posting at round about 100kb if possible. You may have some dust problems as well. Sorry if you think i'm getting at you a little but i only comment on what i see and hopefully my comments are of some help.

> John
#4 Sat June 28, 2008 9:26am

This has so much potential as a dramatic image but the colours are dull and the composition too central. The woman is the main source of interest for me, but I can't see her. Cropping is subjective but I would reduce the amount of sky, get rid of that distracting bottom corner, and have her placed more to the right. Is it a scanned image? It's so well seen and a great subject, but it hasn't quite made it. Jan
#5 Mon June 30, 2008 6:46pm

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