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    AGAIN mistily

    Hello! Today AGAIN mistily... I wanted to do the effect of water-colour. Here result. I like an atmosphere of emptiness... Any opinions?

    AGAIN mistily

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    Re: AGAIN mistily

    Hi Yegor,

    I think you have succeeded

    Quote Originally Posted by Skitalez View Post
    Any opinions?
    To me, it feels slightly down on the left - i.e. not level, but I can't really find anything to support the feeling, so it must be an illusion.

    Not sure that's been much help though,

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    Re: AGAIN mistily

    Cool shot. I would support Dave's opinion that your horizon line is slightly low on the left, and advise caution when using Photoshop's watercolor filters. They've been over-used enough to look gimmicky if applied too strongly. In this case, I'd like to see the photo at a larger size, where the crisp detail of the wave tops and posts would be a cool contrast with the softness in the mist.
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    Re: AGAIN mistily

    That is a great shot!

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    Re: AGAIN mistily

    Such different opinions) are matter of taste. Line of horizon I skipped, to free empty sky. Unavailing water I cut off.

    Anyway:
    AGAIN mistily

    Thank you Mknittle ! similarly I like it.

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    Re: AGAIN mistily

    Yes, opinions differ...I prefer the original shot vs the cropped version. I like having more space in this instance.

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    Re: AGAIN mistily

    Quote Originally Posted by plumcrak View Post
    Yes, opinions differ...I prefer the original shot vs the cropped version. I like having more space in this instance.
    I agree with this. When I look at it, the first image is of the fog on the water. The second image is of whatever those things in are, and since I can't really tell what they are it's not too interesting to me.

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