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Mar 31, 2010 14:59 |  #1

Taken at Port Jesserson in the Long Island, NY area.
Does this work? Could I crop it anyway to make it better? Any other suggestion?

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Mar 31, 2010 15:06 |  #2

I think a crop between the red tug boat and the white part of the ship on right would be better.


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Mar 31, 2010 16:53 |  #3

Thanks for the comment. In that case, I lose the log closest to me on the right hand side. I like that one as it adds depth to the shot. Thoughts?


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Mar 31, 2010 17:08 as a reply to  @ asty80's post |  #4

Oy, the Port Jeff ferry. Took that think countless times when I lived in CT and was dating my now wife. A unique perspective seeing the west side of Port Jeff completely void of boats in the winter. Maybe think about cropping off part of the sky. With no particular cloud features or color, and your horizon bisecting the middle of the pic presently, it could help. I'd be curious what a B&W might look like.


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