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    Hello, I am new to this forum and have been enjoying the active community. I caputured this picture at a local beach in California to pass up a silent, winter evening.

    Comments welcomed.

    JP

    Thanks, Denniskee. I think I got it now.
    Last edited by e46fik; 22nd August 2006 at 01:25 AM.

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    cannnot see the photo.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    also cannnot

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    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    it's here


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    Pretty good, the shadows are mysterious.

    However, there's a slight tilt to the image that's mildly uncomfortable. And IMO I feel that there's a lack of an interesting subject (e.g. the human touch) that can break up and add a visual interest/story to this image.

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    Thanks tqviet0327 and PointBlue. A good point and well taken about the slight tilt, I will consider the suggestion when I have a chance to reprint.

    Interesting enough... I guess the print felt right to express how I felt at the time -- solitude, dark, unstable, and alone.

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    I like the feeling. Did you burnt the pic? How come no stars, and background can be so dark.....

    Quote Originally Posted by e46fik


    Seal Beach, California
    Nikon N80 Fuji Acros 100 B&W at f22/30s Scanned

    Hello, I am new to this forum and have been enjoying the active community. I caputured this picture at a local beach in California to pass up a silent, winter evening.

    Comments welcomed.

    JP

    Thanks, Denniskee. I think I got it now.

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    Thanks... no edits. It was an overcast, brisk night with dense fog near the shore (right side of the image)

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    O, that explains it. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by e46fik
    Thanks... no edits. It was an overcast, brisk night with dense fog near the shore (right side of the image)

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