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    High - low

    High - low

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    Hi Yegor. This image might be better if the horizon were not in the center. You might try cropping off either the top or the bottom so the horizon is one-third from the top or bottom. I also suggest removing the airplane to make the scene more moody as if time has stood still.

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    Crop draws together objects. A rule 1\3 sometimes don't works. Wanted to emphasize lines and figures. It is not landscape. About an airplane I agree
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    Re: High - low

    Personally, i think the 'real' image is here.............................

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    And i like the B&W and the airplane.

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    Re: High - low

    Hi Yegor,

    I like the bottom half (on balance, without the plane), which viewed at 100%, is all that fits on my screen anyway.

    I would consider blurring and lightening the more distant bouys/posts/boats, leaving just the two nearest at full contrast.

    A nice moody shot,

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