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 Post subject: Samoa
PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 4:57 am 
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Hi All,

I took a recent trip to Samoa, really lovely place to go visit. Thought I might share some photos with everyone.
As always advise will be apreciated.
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 Post subject: Re: Samoa
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I like no 1 the best, although the horizon looks a tiny bit crooked.

They are very relaxing and all well exposed - really shows what a beautiful place it is.

With most of them I find myself wishing there was an extra point of interest or a focal point... perhaps a boat in the first two, a person in the third, and some wildlife in the fourth. It's almost as if they are great background sto something...

The last one has this with the woman but she might be a bit lost in the frame...

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 Post subject: Re: Samoa
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Hi GTI,

Thank you for the feedback, definitely something to consider moving forward.

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Really nice set, I agree with GTI, the horizon on the first one looks a bit off, but great shot overall.

I really like the colors on the third shot and the last one is really nice, but if the little dock had been centered I'd liked it more, but that's just personal opinion.

Nice job :)

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 Post subject: Re: Samoa
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Thx a lot definitely will have to keep an eye on that level ;)

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