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    Default Silhouetle @ pierce reservior

    was at pierce reservior with my friend and took the photo. just want to try silhouetle. want to create a peaceful feeling from her sitting and think deeply

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/10678364@N04/959396729/

    not sure how to upload the image.
    Last edited by win76x; 31st July 2007 at 03:44 PM.

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    Default Re: Silhouetle @ pierce reservior

    let me give you a hand there....


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    Default Re: Silhouetle @ pierce reservior

    the silhouette works very fine here..
    the colors doesn't compliment it though..warmer colors would be pleasing to the eye
    since you are doing silhoutte should have underexpose it a bit or use a filter to supress the sun.
    sharpness works for me but do watch the horizon
    composition is ok but could be better..

    just me opinion..

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    Default Re: Silhouetle @ pierce reservior

    thanks for the C&C, was using a compact camera, will improve on it.

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    Default Re: Silhouetle @ pierce reservior

    Quote Originally Posted by win76x View Post

    not sure how to upload the image.
    See http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=286157

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    Default Re: Silhouetle @ pierce reservior

    Quote Originally Posted by win76x View Post
    was at pierce reservior with my friend and took the photo. just want to try silhouetle. want to create a peaceful feeling from her sitting and think deeply

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/10678364@N04/959396729/

    not sure how to upload the image.
    i suppose u did matrix metering and try to crop it tighter it would look much better
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    Default Re: Silhouetle @ pierce reservior

    #1 placement of the subject at the centre didn't work well, since she's facing the left, more probably I would place her on the right.

    #2 you took at an angle to the concrete which made it looked curved i suppose and it created a very unbalance feel.


    The silhouette of the subject turns out good enough as her outlines are not merged into any of the horizon. In a nutshell, just some simple composition should do the trick, cropping might help but its always better to get the picture right even before you shoot.

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