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    Default Sailing into the sunset.

    Glad for some c&c's.

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    Sailling meh? i only see the ship stop there leh.. haha..
    anyway, like your idea, can be better if the ship can occupied bigger portion of these photo..

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    Default Re: Sailing into the sunset.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesmun18 View Post
    Sailling meh? i only see the ship stop there leh.. haha..
    anyway, like your idea, can be better if the ship can occupied bigger portion of these photo..
    Haha. you got me there.

    should cut it back a bit more on the left of the ship to give appearance of being in the sea.

    Agree with you to get the ship and the sun nearer each other.
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    For one, the sails are not down to catch wind to sail ?

    Quote Originally Posted by eng_keow View Post
    Haha. you got me there.

    should cut it back a bit more on the left of the ship to give appearance of being in the sea.

    Agree with you to get the ship and the sun nearer each other.

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    Default Re: Sailing into the sunset.

    I think it would be nicer if the photo a bit more saturated

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    Quote Originally Posted by tqviet0327 View Post
    I think it would be nicer if the photo a bit more saturated
    Thanks for the comment but looks quite saturated on my screen. Anymore increase in saturation will make the pic look quite unreal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acieed View Post
    For one, the sails are not down to catch wind to sail ?

    Thanks. ok lah, maybe say cruising into the sunset. Sailing boat letting down all the sails to cruise into port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eng_keow View Post
    Glad for some c&c's.

    Thanks for viewing.

    Hi eng_keow,

    was it possible to move towards the left a little more during the shoot?

    The ship would have looked very nice in silhouette.

    My 2 cents.


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    i like the colour ,very pleasing from my point of view

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    Default Re: Sailing into the sunset.

    Quote Originally Posted by bernardy4416 View Post
    Hi eng_keow,

    was it possible to move towards the left a little more during the shoot?

    The ship would have looked very nice in silhouette.

    My 2 cents.


    Bernard
    Thanks Bernard,

    Agree with you. may have got a better angle of the ship coming nearer to the left.

    Will try it some time if the ship is still there.

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    Default Re: Sailing into the sunset.

    interesting photo.
    double effects.
    use ur hand cover the right, u get a sense of grim.
    cover the left, the feeling of reborn.

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    Default Re: Sailing into the sunset.

    the sun and the ship are too close to the edges, leaving a big empty space in the middle that splits up the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbun View Post
    interesting photo.
    double effects.
    use ur hand cover the right, u get a sense of grim.
    cover the left, the feeling of reborn.
    Thanks. nvr actually saw tt meself. u 'ave good imagination, man!

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    Default Re: Sailing into the sunset.

    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    the sun and the ship are too close to the edges, leaving a big empty space in the middle that splits up the picture.
    Thanks for ur comments. I noe wat u mean. I 'ave other shots tt gives less space in btwn but I still like this shot. I thot tt more space in btwn give a better sense of vastness, an infinity, a sense of the world tt it should be - world without end - man-made (the ship) vs God-made the sun, sea and sky.

    OK, so guys, will it be more space or less space??

    Here is the other pic:

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    Quote Originally Posted by eng_keow View Post
    Thanks for ur comments. I noe wat u mean. I 'ave other shots tt gives less space in btwn but I still like this shot. I thot tt more space in btwn give a better sense of vastness, an infinity, a sense of the world tt it should be - world without end - man-made (the ship) vs God-made the sun, sea and sky.
    that's like trying to rationalize the picture.

    looking at the whole, the big space in the middle do not suggest vastness. it's a vague space separating 2 important elements in your picture. it's a trapped space, at the same time it diverts attention instead of drawing attention.

    the second picture is much better in composition, if only the lighting condition was that of the first picture.

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    Default Re: Sailing into the sunset.

    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    that's like trying to rationalize the picture.

    looking at the whole, the big space in the middle do not suggest vastness. it's a vague space separating 2 important elements in your picture. it's a trapped space, at the same time it diverts attention instead of drawing attention.

    the second picture is much better in composition, if only the lighting condition was that of the first picture.
    Thanks. point taken.

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