Labourdor Park Seawall


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Took at Laboudor Park on Saturday please comment, Thanks ;p
 

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You mean half the seawall is lighted and the other is not? Will look out for that when i take next time! Thanks ;) Interesting wise I was trying to catch the wave when is splashes, produces a nice effect of water in mid air :bsmilie: i guess personal prefrence, keep it commin!
 

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Opps really sorry!

1. Well the general composure and everything else you think is wrong with the photo!
2. Show the power of waves! (juz jokin!)
3. Trying to get a nice shot when the waves hit the shore at the higest point in midair
4. Love this shot of the water droplets hangin in the air like someone stoped time ;p
 

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The one thing that this has, is the strong diagonal line across the picture. However, it doesn't have the impact as how you'd like to show the wave droplets in the air. In most cases, it's just a question of being in the right place at the right time with the right equipment for the right audience. In this case, i don't think you'll be able to create any impact at all considering the size of the waves. But i might try zooming in closer to the waves to create a more abstract feel and to play with the perceived magnitude of the waves.
 

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You mean half the seawall is lighted and the other is not? Will look out for that when i take next time! Thanks ;) Interesting wise I was trying to catch the wave when is splashes, produces a nice effect of water in mid air :bsmilie: i guess personal prefrence, keep it commin!
I don't think about what the previous person mentioned about the light being half litted in the frame. I think he meant to you is that the light doesn't bring out the textures in the photo which in turns makes your photo looks flat and dull = no impact.

Timings are important to get good shots but sometimes we can only be there at a certain times of course and sometimes the good light don't come too.

You can try early morning or early evenings when the strong lights come out casting shadows or say, sunrise/sunset which can cause water to reflect and glitter in those golden glows.

Like said earlier, timing is key, but the light on that day is unpredictable. :)
 

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