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    Does this work for you??


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    Hmmz...the source of light on top seems to be a little distracting?

    Even if the light is to be remained, i believe it would be better for the footprint to be 'in the direction' of the light to depict the feeling of "walking to the bright side' that kindof thing. u know what i mean?

    Just my suggestion

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    yup yup...thnx for your point...

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    i tink burn out the light ...else its great..

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    good idea...will try it tonight...thnx man...

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    maybe if the foot print points up would be better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpenza
    maybe if the foot print points up would be better?
    yup yup...same point as ordinaryless...will remember thispoint next time i attempt similar themes....

    thnx for your comments

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    Quote Originally Posted by ordinaryless
    Hmmz...the source of light on top seems to be a little distracting?

    Even if the light is to be remained, i believe it would be better for the footprint to be 'in the direction' of the light to depict the feeling of "walking to the bright side' that kindof thing. u know what i mean?

    Just my suggestion
    If footprint 'in the direction' of the light to depict the feeling of "walking to the bright side' then your picture would mean " walking to the dark side" ....if u wanna to imply that.
    Juz change ur caption to "Away from the Light" and IMO u will have a more meaningful picture.

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    the idea's great. works for me.

    the light is ok for me too, it breaks up the monotony of the shot overall.

    just wondered why 2 footprints overlapping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelster
    Does this work for you??

    it is quite nice... although there are few areas that need to be improved on.

    First, IMO the composition is tight as the footprint positioned to the far left does not convey a relax mood, something which you would normally associate it with foot print, beach and stuffs.

    Second, the fact that you "stepped onto other people's foot" is something which I think you should avoid...

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    maybe the foot print is too big?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasphotography
    it is quite nice... although there are few areas that need to be improved on.

    First, IMO the composition is tight as the footprint positioned to the far left does not convey a relax mood, something which you would normally associate it with foot print, beach and stuffs.

    Second, the fact that you "stepped onto other people's foot" is something which I think you should avoid...
    Har har....thnx for the pointer...maybe should give it a lil more space...couldn't do much with the "steeping onto other ppl's foot" part thou...heh...

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