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Dec 17, 2015 07:48 |  #1

Shot at the local beach during low tide.... comments/feedback are welcome. Thanks.


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Dec 17, 2015 08:01 |  #2

I would crop from the Bottom to just below the shell to remove the out of focus area and from the top to remove the over exposed part and enlarge the shell so the detail is visible
Still having said that its a very well seen photo
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Dec 17, 2015 08:14 |  #3

That's something that you don't see just every day! :)

To me, cropping at the bottom would take away from the shot, I am assuming that it is crawling away from us and that trail behind it is it's path, so that would remove a very important part of the shot. If any cropping would be done, the top could be slightly cropped and also our left side might need some.

Very nice though, I really actually like it quite a bit.

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Dec 17, 2015 08:30 |  #4

I like it, but would crop some off the right & top. Sorry to confuse the issue! ; D


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Dec 17, 2015 10:04 |  #5

recrisp wrote in post #17822279 (external link)
That's something that you don't see just every day! :)

To me, cropping at the bottom would take away from the shot, I am assuming that it is crawling away from us and that trail behind it is it's path, so that would remove a very important part of the shot. If any cropping would be done, the top could be slightly cropped and also our left side might need some.

Very nice though, I really actually like it quite a bit.

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May be instead of a crop how about a little darkening down of the bright tan colour in the pebble that jumps out at you in the bottom third center
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Dec 18, 2015 21:46 |  #6

another crop.....


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Dec 19, 2015 09:04 |  #7

I really like the crop...much improvement for sure!


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Dec 19, 2015 21:19 |  #8

Something different, and I like it.


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