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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2008 8:53 pm 
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Just combined a few photos, myself and the bridge was what i used as background

what do you think? i think its quite powerful so to speak

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EDIT: image cropped into a nice square, Ed was right once again :)

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the pic is stuning , but you can actualy see the same cloud... other from that i like it

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hower wrote:
but you can actualy see the same cloud... other from that i like it

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The "cloud" image is a shot from some clouds that i took a few days back it looked just like that i just messed around with it a bit

Freedom indeed

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Good post processing. It's just not square though...

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Photoj wrote:
Good post processing. It's just not square though...


Thanks Ed, what you mean by its not square though? what do you think is missing?

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The image is wider than it is in height. A squarer crop would make the image stronger from my perspective.

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Photoj wrote:
The image is wider than it is in height. A squarer crop would make the image stronger from my perspective.


Ohh, yeah i know what you mean i played around with that crop. i will make it a square and check it out

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Its a square now, you were right

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Much better.

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I can't believe a crop can make such a big difference!

Its amazing, the other did look a bit out of proportion when i m looking back at it now

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You'll eventually develop the eye; there are times where irregular crops work, and other times where being conventional works better (square, 3:2 or 4:3 ratio). Because of the nature of your composition, a conventional crop works better.

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great work, Alex!!

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Very dramatic and artistic!

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Mel Gibson impression?

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yeah, i love brave heart or is it patriot i dont remeber maybe is both :D

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hower wrote:
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It is Brave Heart

Back on Track guys ;)

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