Nature walk


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melvinmah

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my 1st post in this section.

title may not be appropiate, cant tink of a better one at e moment.



please give some feedback, thanks!
 

wiz23

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The tilt is ok for me, cos I think it's because of the sloped ground. Can tell cos the man is vertical ;)

Overall, nice, relaxed mood :) Just that, for this title, I wouldn't use B&W, IMHO :)
 

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melvinmah said:
my 1st post in this section.

title may not be appropiate, cant tink of a better one at e moment.



please give some feedback, thanks!
I think "A walk in the park" would be more appropriate than "Nature walk" for a title. This is clearly a human-made environment, even with a paved road/walkway on the left.

The foreground appears a bit empty to me. The walking person is not prominent enough to draw much attention and be the main topic of the picture; but it's again not far enough away that it can be taken as part of the scenery. To me, it is not evident what you want to show.
 

Chris Lim

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wiz23 said:
The tilt is ok for me, cos I think it's because of the sloped ground. Can tell cos the man is vertical ;)

Overall, nice, relaxed mood :) Just that, for this title, I wouldn't use B&W, IMHO :)
I kinda second the opinion from Wiz that the B&W might not work here. BUT its o nly an opinion. Perhaps if it was like a very nice saturated tone of green it might work well with the title. NIce try thou. :)
 

melvinmah

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hehe okay thanks for all your comments.. all points have been noted

well i'm still a newbie, still got lots to learn :) glad to have found clubsnap forums
 

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