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10/23/2003 06:04:06 AM · #1
If the weather cooperated I was going to redo
this shot.

Color version.

Exposure : 1/1000
F/Stop : 4.8
ISO : 100

Filter Used: 52mm Cokin Circular Polarizer

Taken at the beach during high tide. The waves would wash across the stone and smooth out the sand. Unfortunately took it about 2 weeks ago. Any Opinions? What score would you give it?

My current entry should have been shelved.

Message edited by author 2003-10-23 07:14:50.
10/23/2003 07:06:30 AM · #2
Excellent shot, the sand looks marvellous, especially as it is so even.

I prefer the b&w version, but that could just be me as I like b&w shots in general.

Message edited by author 2003-10-23 07:07:08.
10/23/2003 08:01:30 AM · #3
I love the color one. The tones are so natural and hardly even there .. but it adds a nice touch to the mood of the picture. I would give that an 8 .. I would rather the rock be in a different position in the frame.
10/23/2003 08:18:44 AM · #4
Looks great. The only thing that distracts me is how strong the shadow is on the camera side of the rock. It sorta blurs and distorts the form and makes it less perfect than it could be. Also eliminates any detail visible on the rock.

I would try it with sun at another direction OR use a large white board or something to lighten up that shadow :)
10/23/2003 04:27:12 PM · #5
Originally posted by ScantyNebula:

I love the color one. The tones are so natural and hardly even there .. but it adds a nice touch to the mood of the picture. I would give that an 8 .. I would rather the rock be in a different position in the frame.


Wondering what you mean by different position. Thanks.


Originally posted by magnetic9999:

Looks great. The only thing that distracts me is how strong the shadow is on the camera side of the rock. It sorta blurs and distorts the form and makes it less perfect than it could be. Also eliminates any detail visible on the rock.

I would try it with sun at another direction OR use a large white board or something to lighten up that shadow :)


Sounds like a good idea I'll try it next time.

Any other hints, suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks.

Message edited by author 2003-10-23 16:28:15.
10/24/2003 02:28:20 AM · #6
This would have been my composition for my "alone" entry if the weather was a bit more cooperating.

1 last request for comments. Thanks.

Message edited by author 2003-10-24 02:34:26.
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