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    Default A lonely fisherman

    This is continue from last thread "A lonely fisherman " and refer to the link

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=290453



    Appreciate your comments and thank you.

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    bro it will be very intriguing pictures......if the water is clear from any kind of foreign object it will be very nice reflection image...

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    Thank you, Aquarius
    I agreed with you.
    It's not perfect picture.

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    This'll look great in B&W bud...

    I'd crop it a little tighter, though.

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    I really like your pic, wish the guy was facing you, though... Hope you don't mind, i just played around with your photo a little...


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    I think the original looks better in Colour with reflection visible.

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    Default Re: A lonely fisherman

    Thank you, pommie & theveed for your comments.

    Here's the fisherman and his Commorant.

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=304429

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    Do you think increasing the contrast will help the pic a little? Just lightly "foggy" I think.

    Composition wise...usually you give same space to:


    1. Where the man is looking.
    2. Where the water trail is.

    In this case.....I will probably shoot in landscape and give more space to the left and make sure there are a bit of space for the boat to move into as well...just my opinion.

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    crop out the trees so you only see him and the water. leave the reflection as part of the comp and maybe crop it so that there is more water in front of his boat then behind so he is not smack in the centre.
    I would also check your colour temp and see if you can get a more dramatic tone.

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    I prefer the original pic. But prefer it to be greyscale.. First pic, lotsa space, this clearly shows that the fisherman is alone... and greyscale will giv the audience the feel of loneliness.
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    Default Re: A lonely fisherman

    Thank lastboltnut, hirowen & davidhiten for your comments.

    Here's the B&W version after taking into consideration of your comments.


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