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r-4,elmarit 2,8/180;velvia 50;tripod;1/15;5,6;Poland.
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r-4,elmarit 2,8/180;velvia 50;tripod;1/15;5,6;Poland.
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  2. Swann
    Swann
    @Dorian
    Maybe every young photographer has to go through and shoot some sunsets. Trial and error. Hard to decide whether I am overfed by advertising media sunset or just from too often seen.
    WERBEL certainly has no commercial intention with his photograph, what I appreciate but I find the composition doubtable, position and size of the sun for instance and the undefined shadow on the left, colour is somehow strange too mauve I should say and contrast is very low, more could work out the plant
  3. Swann
    Swann
    @WERBEL
    Hope I didn't criticize too much, just like the discussion here. Your postings are estimated and obviously controversary discussed. Is there anything better for a photographer? Looking forward to your next post.
    Regards
    Swann
  4. Dorian
    Dorian
    @Swann
    I agree with you on the black frame. Unsure about the shadow (would the photo have been better without it?). Don't agree with the contrast.

    Yes, the day everyone on this forum will agree on everything is the day the forum will die.
  5. Swann
    Swann
    @Dorian
    Thank you, if it's only for this I am glad WERBEL posted his image here. Always great if an image evokes such different opinions. About the shadow, it should be on a different position within this kind of compo.
    Regards
    Swann
  6. werbel
    werbel
    @Swann
    I'm not young so much. I saw many photo in the Internet, and never saw a photo of oat. This was slide Velvia 50. You have to see this from slide-projector, on the wall.
    Thx for your opinion.
    Regards

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