Shrimp fisherman silhouette

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    • #421118
      Lenny Wollitz
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      No meta data for this, mucho processing.

    • #421124
      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      I like this image Lenny. The silhouette works well. Not sure if the duck (assuming it is a duck or a swan on top right) needs to be removed as it seems to distract 🙂

    • #421434
      Federico Alegria
      Participant

      Mucho mucho processing indeed, but it is still an extremely well performed composition. My favorite thing is how clean and well balanced this photo is. Also the processing makes it look very much like mid century film, which is always a delight. Thanks a lot for sharing this one mate.

    • #421453
      JasenkaG
      Keymaster

      Very powerful composition and I don’t mind the processing here. I agree with Dahlia’s comment about the duck – maybe it would be good to remove it.

    • #421454
      Petr Nowak
      Participant

      I like B&W conversion, strong contrast. Boat supports feel of place well.
      The only imperfection are the duck on the right and maybe merge of fisherman silhouette and shore.

    • #421457
      Charmaine Joubert
      Participant

      I really like this photo, duck and all. 🙂

    • #421471
      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      OK you guys, I wondered about the duck too.  It does seem to be a bit of a distraction but I kinda like it.  I’m going to put this in a show so I guess I will remove it.  Thanks for the nice comments!

      Federico, I have been trying to get digital photos looking like film.  It would be helpful if my experience with film was more than family snapshots in the olden days as I have no idea what the different types do except for ASA numbers.

    • #421534
      Falxy
      Participant

      hey the duck makes it cus the rest is totally inbalanced…………….overblown with underblown…………………duck dont blame

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