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    Default Sky on fire

    Please comment on my below shot. How can I make it better?


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    Nice colors.. but the horizon seems a little too empty.
    Just my 0.002.

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    Default Re: Sky on fire

    only the colours, there is nothing in this pic

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    Default Re: Sky on fire

    I love this picture. The empty horizon have imbue a kind of serene feeling, which make the fiery sky all the more contrasting and beautiful. I also like the way you have introduce the light and darkness within the frame, almost representing the struggle between day and night, light and darkness.

    I have slight problem though with the two brightly lit objects (ships) in the horizon in the dark part of the frame. Seems to take unwanted attention away from the whole scene.

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    If there is object will be much better.

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    funny...why do you need a subject in this shot?
    and what subject were you looking for in this shot?
    care to explain so that the photgrapher and me can understand. thks
    blog: inbloomphotos.wordpress.com

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    Default Re: Sky on fire

    Thanks for all the comments. The intension of this shot is to show the contrasting effect of the beautiful sky. So in fact the subject of this photo is the sky.

    If you don't mind, please elaborate how to introduce a subject in the foreground making the photo more interesting.

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    Tilted horizon ?

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    first look at the photo...it's clearly abt the sky and the sea...
    well of course the horizon looks tilted a lil
    the way i see it, i dont really make the sky as the subject, but the
    whole photo as the subject.
    until today, i'm still thinking on how to intro a subject from this
    foto's pov, as mentioned by flyingfish.
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