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singdude

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Went to Tynemouth and took this photo. Is there anyway I could have made this photo better ?


THanks for your feedback
 

GOMUS

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singdude said:
Went to Tynemouth and took this photo. Is there anyway I could have made this photo better ?


THanks for your feedback
nice colour and wide scenery.

for my shoot, i will prefer to have some activities in my pic. which is difficult to wait for, and the right moment with the fine weather....guess this photo can help u to recall that day, a quiet n calm morning, good enough i guess.
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sequitur

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personally i would prefer more empty sky over more empty ground...


maybe it's just me. :)
 

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nice pic :thumbsup: but it could be better if you can have a subject. perhaps have a better close-up of that building, maybe maybe have some of your foot-prints on the foreground to make this pic better.

what do you think? ;)
 

marcwang

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Honestly, I think the fonts and wordings in the photograph is not tastefully done. It would look alot better without them. ;) But as u said, people have differing preferences.

I would also like to point out that I would have prefered to use a longer focal length for this, as the far details are too minute and indistinct. :)
 

hazta

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Paul_Yeo said:
tilted horizon?
From my perspective I think itz nice n gives me dat kinda soothing feelin. Think it works in diz aspect.

Love e mood too. E contrast bet e fg n bg is :thumbsup: E tonal of e sand, water n sky is :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

personally i would prefer more empty sky over more empty ground...
Yeah... Think a little more of e top half wud make diz a slendid pic.


Btw, watz dat circular thingy on e top left? :dunno:
 

mdc

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Wow, never thought i'd see a shot of the north east coast on ClubSnap. Brings back some memories of my childhood trips to Tynemouth.

Good pic, but would definitely prefer a bit of foreground interest - seaweed, large stone, log of wood etc.

Would be great to see some more pictures of the area. Keep on shooting.....
 

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When you expose for the sky, your subject (the building in the background) gets underexposed. Watch your exposure with a compensation of around +1 or +2 EV

your composition is pretty okie, just that you need to inject stronger focal interest for a shot like this to work effectively.

Keep shooting :)
 

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Wow! Memory flash back! I spent 2 years in a small town called South Shields, (and North Shields), you could make your way there, not far from Newcastle, got nice seaside walkway, cliffs, lighthouse, dockyards, seagulls, wish I was young again and could be there again...:lovegrin:
 

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