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Oct 24, 2014 01:59 |  #1

Shot this on a small photo excursion south of Bombay at Mandwa, Alibaug (external link) last week.
One question to everyone, do I clone the ropes at the right or keep them.

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Oct 24, 2014 12:43 |  #2

That's an interesting shot.

If I were seeing the image as art I'd remove all three lines.


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Oct 24, 2014 16:02 |  #3

As an occasional crew on a sailboat, I'd find it odd if they weren't there. With the possible exception of the one leaving the right edge (the higher of the two), I don't think they detract at all.


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Oct 24, 2014 16:08 |  #4

Hmmmm I think I'd clone them all out....


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Oct 24, 2014 19:15 |  #5

AZGeorge wrote in post #17231193 (external link)
That's an interesting shot.

If I were seeing the image as art I'd remove all three lines.

I'd clone the ones on the right/back of the boat and see what it looks like. That line at the front of the boat might work.


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Oct 28, 2014 05:46 |  #6

Thank you for the opinion guys. I am planning to clone out the ones at the right of the image. The high one is surely distracting.


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Oct 28, 2014 12:40 |  #7

I feel the one on the left gives the photo greater depth....


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Oct 28, 2014 16:27 |  #8

I like reality. Perfect shot just the way it is.

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Oct 30, 2014 22:22 |  #9

Very cool. Love the low angle.




  
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Oct 31, 2014 14:44 as a reply to  @ jun-tao's post |  #10

Personally I'd remove all the ropes. And I'd probably move the white balance colder but that's just my opinion.

Interesting shot btw.


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Nov 01, 2014 22:12 |  #11

Thank you for the appreciation and the feedback guys. Much appreciated.

clickertim wrote in post #17237781 (external link)
I feel the one on the left gives the photo greater depth....

I agree. Else the left part of the frame would look too empty.


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Nov 01, 2014 22:14 |  #12

Xyclopx wrote in post #17244199 (external link)
Personally I'd remove all the ropes. And I'd probably move the white balance colder but that's just my opinion.

Interesting shot btw.

Thanks for your opinion.
Had visualized the image with a warmer tone, hence the warm white balance. Had tried a colder treatment but stuck to this as I liked this more. Thanks anyways.


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