Wild V wild


tyronet2000

Link Posted 10/07/2012 - 07:50
I like the first photo, the second looks like some type of very large rat , not pleasant to look at as it draws the focus away from the little girl.
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08tiger

Link Posted 10/07/2012 - 08:00
Blythman wrote:
Hi Don

I think I prefer your initial shot. This one is too tight. I like the environmental feel of the original.

Alternative I was thinking of would be a square crop with the RH side being cropped to remove the leaves from top and bottom right. Leaving the a larger portion of the main branch in shot.

Thanks Alan I agree but it certainly needed the colour change.
C&C welcome.
Don.

Frogfish

Link Posted 10/07/2012 - 09:24
tyronet2000 wrote:
I like the first photo, the second looks like some type of very large rat :shock:, not pleasant to look at as it draws the focus away from the little girl.

It is !!

I like the original best - after removal of the colour cast. It would look better as a large print when the detail in the girl & wallaby would be more visible.
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annieogg

Link Posted 10/07/2012 - 09:39
can't make my mind up about the crop but the colour is alot better in the second one. Loverly Moment captured.
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