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Great djnik2004 2005-10-26 12:16

I really like the shot, i think the photo could be improved with something in the foreground, i think the dramatic dark sky works well against the bright water.. i did a workshop to see if this dramatic scene worked well in black and white, what do you think!?

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Old 10-26-2005, 07:32 PM
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Thanks, Nick, for the advice. The b&w transfer looks great. I agree about the foreground - what would you have suggested?
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As for the foreground, theres never really much on cliffs to use.. the only things i could suggest are maybe some kind of fence running into the shot, a pile of stones, a monument, a large bed of flowers.. finding something like that infront of the cliffs doesnt usually happen! i think in this case youve done a very good job without the foreground!
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