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    Sand Sculpture

    Sand Sculpture

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    Re: Sand Sculpture

    Nice combination of positions. Interesting moment to capture.
    Could you get more detail in the back of the lady ?

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    Re: Sand Sculpture

    lovely pic this....nice story and body language all around i love your foreground compostionvery strong indeed! i like the subjects body language,and all the other objects peeping into the frame had the background water continued all the way to the top of the frame without the distracting tree,land and ppl.......it would have made the subjects stand out in powerful way! ps would help! very watchable pic indeed.....good work

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    Re: Sand Sculpture

    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Correia View Post
    Nice combination of positions. Interesting moment to capture.
    Could you get more detail in the back of the lady ?
    Thanks for the comment.
    The photo was taken at Harrisons Hot Springs, Canada during the international sand sculpture
    contest.The weather was cloudy .Cropped and curve done with GIMP.

    EXIF data:
    Make: NIKON CORPORATION
    Model: NIKON D200
    Shutter Speed: 10/800 second
    F Number: F/5.6
    Focal Length: 150 mm
    ISO Speed: 320
    Date Picture Taken: Sep 2, 2008, 4:27:10 PM

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    Re: Sand Sculpture

    Quote Originally Posted by taken View Post
    lovely pic this....nice story and body language all around i love your foreground compostionvery strong indeed! i like the subjects body language,and all the other objects peeping into the frame had the background water continued all the way to the top of the frame without the distracting tree,land and ppl.......it would have made the subjects stand out in powerful way! ps would help! very watchable pic indeed.....good work
    Thanks for your comments.
    I could not help with the framing 'coz if I lower the angle a bit some distant mountains will come into the frame, It was good if it was taken from a higher angle to get a plain background but it was not possible at the beach

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