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Mar 17, 2009 06:15 |  #1

I wish the image could be a little cleaner. Yeah it can be done with clone. But I suck when it comes to clone. Anyway, this was the right time for me to be there for this shot. Been there many times but never thought about this shot before. I tried to avoid a water shot. Hope you like it.:D

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Mar 17, 2009 08:37 |  #2

Sure is a pretty scene. Wonder if you could darken the highlights on the road? Maybe run noise removal? Not sure what will do the trick, but the photo is definitely worth some effort.


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Mar 17, 2009 09:09 |  #3

i like the overall composition. I also like where you incorporated the copyright info.

I definately think that the people are necessary to keep the photo interesting. however, I wish you had snapped it a few seconds earlier so the walkers were a bit bigger (and lower) in the frame. I think then they would look more like they were a part of the composition rather than just meandering through while you were trying to get the shot. I would also clone out the people on top. the color there is pretty uniform and it shouldn't be too difficult.

nice shot.

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Mar 17, 2009 13:15 |  #4

sparker1 wrote in post #7540650 (external link)
Sure is a pretty scene. Wonder if you could darken the highlights on the road? Maybe run noise removal? Not sure what will do the trick, but the photo is definitely worth some effort.

Yeah, I shouldn't have done the PP on my laptop. It now looks on my office PC monitor that I should have darkened the foreground. It makes quite a difference on different monitors. Thanks for the comment.

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i like the overall composition. I also like where you incorporated the copyright info.

I definately think that the people are necessary to keep the photo interesting. however, I wish you had snapped it a few seconds earlier so the walkers were a bit bigger (and lower) in the frame. I think then they would look more like they were a part of the composition rather than just meandering through while you were trying to get the shot. I would also clone out the people on top. the color there is pretty uniform and it shouldn't be too difficult.

nice shot.

ryan

I agree everything seems jammed towards the sun with the people walking so close and leaving less interest in the foreground. Thanks for the comment.


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Mar 17, 2009 15:21 |  #5

nice, kaka'ako


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Mar 17, 2009 15:40 |  #6

quiksilverboi wrote in post #7542967 (external link)
nice, kaka'ako

Thanks. Because this place is only a couple of minutes away from where I live, I become lazy now and not motivated to go any farther. Most of my sunset shots were all taken from Kaka'ako and I am still not bored with this place yet.


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