Cranes of the Sunset


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djork

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cropping is one possibility. but next time when you shoot, try to remember that excessive blacks won't do much good, so compose appropriately so u won't have to crop.

image looks slightly soft, it can use some sharpening.
 

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Hmm..it would be a nice photo if you crop and rotate it horizontally..I feel the water is draining away..But my friend, it is really nice photo..just crop to lessen object and rotate it will do..Hmm..nice colour and exposure..:D..
 

eikin

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nice light.

pity the cranes are pointing left and the landform heading right. the composition is split in 2 opposite directions and going out of the frame, viewer's eyes can't rest within the frame.
 

JoyxSoul

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wow, never thought of it that way. well i could try mirroring the image later?
 

fWord

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Since others were speaking of composition here, perhaps if you get a chance to do something similar in the future, attempt a vertical/ portrait orientation, with emphasis on the sky. But you should still leave a bit of the water surface or the horizon as a base.
 

JoyxSoul

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umm yea i had one which i shot in potrait


umm too much water again?

ohh btw, great photos in ur deviantart, love the Hope one.
 

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