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    A little time and motion scene

    The winds were still blowing 30+ mph, clouds were a moving, and the waves were a crashing, took a 15 sec. exposure at F22, 100 ISO. One of the few days where we have some colour in the sky that was not grey.

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    A little time and motion scene

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    Re: A little time and motion scene

    Quote Originally Posted by Polar01 View Post
    The winds were still blowing 30+ mph, clouds were a moving, and the waves were a crashing, took a 15 sec. exposure at F22, 100 ISO. One of the few days where we have some colour in the sky that was not grey.

    A little time and motion scene
    Nice shot Allan. I'd like to hear others opinions, but I'm thinking a crop, just below the 5 white rocks next to the water. I think it would help lead you into the photo better. The large black stripe holds my attention too much.
    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 19th June 2012 at 06:13 PM. Reason: take reply out of quote

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    Re: A little time and motion scene

    Thanks Steve, I have been pondering several possible crops, however I just have not found one that I like.

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    Re: A little time and motion scene

    A gripping image, Allan. Agree the black stripe at bottom is a bit overwhelming. Could either crop it moderately, or could you raise the luminance a bit on the rocky beach that would allow some detail? The island cluster certainly grabs the eye, and I wonder if a crop of the leftside might interestingly take the cluster out the the bull's eye. An image definitely worth tinkering with and keeping

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    A rough idea without too many pixels to work with:

    A little time and motion scene

    Actually, not sure I like that much-lost some of the impact. Anxious to see what you settle upon
    Last edited by kdoc856; 20th June 2012 at 10:14 PM.

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