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    Quote Originally Posted by KingOfNoobs View Post
    nicely taken picture... exept the tress, just like other people above saying, its like a distraction... should be taken with the full sky above with sea and stones below... im just a beginner sharing about my views... no offence... hope can go there someday... hahahha... keep going bro...
    Actually there were some restrictions as I explained earlier. I do agree that the tree is a little distracting, and if you look carefully my camera with tripod is already on the edge of the little wall, any further I would have to mount the tripod on the concrete blocks and subject the camera to the oncoming waves.

    That being said, in the picture which part is the 1)subject 2) foreground and 3)background?

    Cheers

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    nice colors and location could have used a bit more cropping though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverik View Post
    Hi, what do you suggest then?

    Cheers
    Nothing much to suggest here, except graphically, there are three lines...one horizontal, two diagonal ( one where water meet embankment, other is top of embankment ), all converging towards the midpoint at the right of the picture.

    Admittedly, colour is very nice and soothing. ( due to long exposure time )

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    [QUOTE=Maverik;5092461]I took this long exposure picture after being impressed with the work of Atta Kim. This was taken in Morib Coast of West Malaysia at 7:47pm.

    The reason I took this picture is to depict a sense of peace, and yet with it emptiness.

    The following is the settings used:

    D700, 20-35mm AF-D, ISO 200, Manual Exposure 308.6s F/11 at 24mm focal length with cokin ND8-p156 filters.

    PP done, only cropped the image and some brushing to remove the hot pixels.

    I would like some feedback on the composition and general "feel" of the picture.

    Cheers

    At first look; nice exposure, nice colour, good scene shot.

    Then I see... a tree I don't like there (but please don't cut it down ).

    The water is too still for me (I know the exposure time doesn't allow for lapping water).

    I would love it otherwise
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    [QUOTE=Pablo;5119192]
    Quote Originally Posted by Maverik View Post
    I took this long exposure picture after being impressed with the work of Atta Kim. This was taken in Morib Coast of West Malaysia at 7:47pm.

    The reason I took this picture is to depict a sense of peace, and yet with it emptiness.

    The following is the settings used:

    D700, 20-35mm AF-D, ISO 200, Manual Exposure 308.6s F/11 at 24mm focal length with cokin ND8-p156 filters.

    PP done, only cropped the image and some brushing to remove the hot pixels.

    I would like some feedback on the composition and general "feel" of the picture.

    Cheers

    At first look; nice exposure, nice colour, good scene shot.

    Then I see... a tree I don't like there (but please don't cut it down ).

    The water is too still for me (I know the exposure time doesn't allow for lapping water).

    I would love it otherwise
    Thanks for the feedback

    The reason I took this picture is to smoothen out the waves and hence the long exposure method!

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    Nothing much to suggest here, except graphically, there are three lines...one horizontal, two diagonal ( one where water meet embankment, other is top of embankment ), all converging towards the midpoint at the right of the picture.

    Admittedly, colour is very nice and soothing. ( due to long exposure time )
    Hi, thanks for your feedback.

    Just a question, are you suggesting that the lines should meet somewhere else?

    Let's share

    Cheers

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