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    Skyline Sentinals

    A silhouette shot taken late dusk.
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    Skyline Sentinals

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    Re: Skyline Sentinals

    Ken

    Have you already cropped this?

    I wondered about trying take out some of the 'spare' foreground and sky. I don't think it needs it all. The images of the roos are brilliant.

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    Re: Skyline Sentinals

    Yes, this is ominous. I like it!

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    Re: Skyline Sentinals

    Hi Ken,
    only one thing from me;..... Well done.

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    Re: Skyline Sentinals

    Nice one Ken.

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    Re: Skyline Sentinals

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    Ken

    Have you already cropped this?

    I wondered about trying take out some of the 'spare' foreground and sky. I don't think it needs it all. The images of the roos are brilliant.
    I was thinking about just a little from the sky and some from the bottom as well. Then a balancing amount from the right edge.

    Nice main subject grouping.

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    Re: Skyline Sentinals

    Thank you all for helpful feedback. Yes I have cropped it but didn't want to be too heavy handed. I always tend to over crop. But will go back and try for a 'shorter back and sides.'
    The problem I have with this one is that the more I crop the less ' balanced ' the shot seems and just doesn't 'look right.' Could I ask for some help on this please?
    Ken
    Last edited by ucci; 8th September 2012 at 09:11 PM.

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