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    Wow! A real neat image! Would have been even better if it wasnt for the chimneys billowing smoke at the right. Absolutely love the cropping.

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    Sweeeeet.

    But my nit isn't something you can help, unless you PS it away.

    It's those orange bouys... Abit distracting. Other than that, it's a pretty shot.

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    nice shot.. very balanced in composition but IMHO, maybe a smaller sperture combined with slightly longer exposure time will make the sunset glow brighter.. nevertheless, still a good shot


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    Originally posted by Wolfgang
    Sweeeeet.

    But my nit isn't something you can help, unless you PS it away.

    It's those orange bouys... Abit distracting. Other than that, it's a pretty shot.
    Wolfies.

    Lazy to do PS work on it lah....

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    Thanks for the comments..


    Originally posted by SniperD
    nice shot.. very balanced in composition but IMHO, maybe a smaller sperture combined with slightly longer exposure time will make the sunset glow brighter.. nevertheless, still a good shot

    too bad tat the smallest i could go 4 tat lens which i was try to so call freeze the boat in the backgroun ...
    Last edited by jeffgoh; 31st January 2003 at 06:45 AM.

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    Nice work! A lot of interesting elements that does not conflict with each other but somehow worked together to present a very 3D feel to the picture.

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    Looks great for a post card.

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