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    • #400794
      Erik Fransman
      Participant

      On our way back to the harbor. Calm sea, a little bit foggy.
      Fujifilm X-T3, 1/1400s, f/6.4, 24mm, ISO 160
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      UK47

       

    • #400796
      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Interesting juxtaposition. I think it would be a better image if there were some clue, or clues, as to what that foreground object is. I realize that it is some part of a boat- but that’s about where it ends…

    • #400801
      beth
      Participant

      i like the black on light grey tones.  this would also work well as a square crop.

    • #400841
      billyspad
      Blocked

      Looks rather like an attempt to show art transcending the subject and one should applaud those brave enough to try. Whether this one works is totally subjective. I could not offer advice to change or improve it. It is what it is and it will either float the viewers boat or it will not.

    • #400886
      Graham Hart
      Participant

      The juxtaposition is there but I think it’s not prominant enough. I’d lose the empty space on the left to make a more geometric image and also put the ship on the thirds point. This makes it look more like a peek through the rigging rather than a wide open scene. Also put a filter on it to give it an old film look as if it were taken a long time ago 🙂

    • #400920
      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Hi Erik, I really like the composition and the way you have post processed this image.

      I feel that you could crop this image differently? Crop off from the top, with the structure in the foreground forming a triangular shape and then cropping off some of the left side too. Not sure what you think 🙂

    • #400928
      Richard Barnard
      Participant

      Nice tones and I like the idea of the juxtaposition and framing. As suggested above, it needs a tighter crop in my view. All the action is mid and right of frame and it feels to me that there is too much negative space frame left.

    • #400933
      Erik Fransman
      Participant

      Thank you all for commenting.

      This is clearly one of those situations that I was on location and to me, it is so obvious what the contraption in the foreground is (because I saw the whole thing) but if you just look at the image, it is just not clear.

      It is a part of a “puls-fishing net” and the vessel in the BG is a (pulse) fishing trawler.
      I like the negative space but I like the suggestion of the 1×1 crop as well.

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