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A.N.Other
Dec 4, 2017
     

#194
      Well deserved victory. My No.1 . On looking at it again now I'd be tempted to clone out the black metal in the bottom left corner. Now I've noticed it, it's hard to not see it.

A.N.Other
Dec 4, 2017
     

#194
      Cracking shot! I thought this would win. Well deserved victory :-) .

A.N.Other
Nov 27, 2017
     

#194
      Thank you so much all. I'm really chuffed you like my photo :-) .
Edited on Nov 27, 2017

A.N.Other
Nov 27, 2017
     

#194
      Thank you all for the generous comments. I'm so glad you like it :-) .
Edited on Nov 27, 2017

A.N.Other
Nov 27, 2017
     

#194
      Thank you all for the comments.

I suppose you could see it as foreboding/distressing. I just saw the wide expanse of the old harbour silted up with mud with the dissuaded boats and nothing else around. It was still and peaceful scene.

Strange you should say that Elliott. I did do a much closer crop of a different photo of them but the wife thought I should show more of the expanse of mud to emphasise the quietness of the area.
Edited on Nov 27, 2017

A.N.Other
Nov 27, 2017
     

#194
      Thanks both for the great comments :-) .
Edited on Nov 27, 2017

A.N.Other
Nov 27, 2017
     

#194
      Thank you both for the comments.

aoc46 - I was on the beach metal detecting and took my camera along just in case. I timed my trip there so the tide would be low but you are right, in about 5 hours there would have been virtually no beach left as it has the second highest tidal range in the world at 15m (49 feet) at it's maximum!
Edited on Nov 27, 2017

A.N.Other
Nov 6, 2017
     

#193
      Thanks for the great comments.

Lo - I was pleased with the natural way it turned out.
Edited on Nov 6, 2017

A.N.Other
Nov 6, 2017
     

#193
      Thanks very much for the comments all.

aoc46 - I know what you mean about the clear reflection. I aimed for as clear as possible but the cutter is old and well used so the reflection was far from perfect. This wasn't helped by the fact that the wheel steamed up as soon as it touched the pizza. In the end I let the pizza go cool and heated up the blade. This helped quite a bit.
Edited on Nov 6, 2017

A.N.Other
Nov 6, 2017
     

#193
      Thanks for the comments all.

aoc46 - I did darken the pavement quite a bit. I did try cropping it off which also chopped off the front of the car which to me made it less obvious as to the setting of the wheel.
Edited on Nov 6, 2017

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Great angle. Maybe crop a bit off the sky.

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      I like the look of the rocks but the colours seem way over saturated. I would love to see the original photo.

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Reminds me of 'Finding Nemo' :-) .

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Interesting colours, shapes and textures.

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Thanks for the wonderful comments all.

I was really lucky with the lighting. When I saw the weather I shot down there and was first person in as it opened :-) .
Edited on Sep 25, 2017

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Thank you all so much :-) .

bryanshoots - I'll give 'straight on' a go one day :-) .
Edited on Sep 25, 2017

A.N.Other
Sep 24, 2017
     

#191
      What an unusual structure. Rather flat lighting sadly but could not be helped. I see quite a few bricks, breeze blocks and roof tiles? so not really 'rocks/stones'. I think it would score higher if more of the pieces were obviously natural.

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Thanks very much all for the comments :-)

It's amazing the kind of precision they could manage with basic tools.
Edited on Sep 25, 2017

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Thank you ever so much all for the lovely comments.

Lo - I had to rush as fast as I could to get to the farmhouse as soon as the museum opened to catch the light. It would have to be by far the furthest building from the entrance!
Edited on Sep 25, 2017

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Thank you all for the great comments.

ysal - I would have thought that some kind of wooden support could have been used. I have seen a photo of it being constructed but it sadly didn't show the inside.
Edited on Sep 25, 2017

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Thank you both very much for the great comments.

davemisunas - I agree that Cropping in closer would be the way to go. Unfortunately I had to enter it in a bit of a rush as I went on holidays and was unable to change it. I think I would have cropped the bottom and right slightly though.
Edited on Sep 25, 2017

A.N.Other
Sep 25, 2017
     

#191
      Thanks very much both :-) .

ysal- I'll see what I can do. I didn't take any myself but I know there are a few online. I'll post some in the outtakes.
Edited on Sep 25, 2017

A.N.Other
Sep 7, 2017
     

#190
      Many congrats on a well deserved win :-) .

A.N.Other
Sep 6, 2017
     

#190
      Thank you all ever so much for your kind congrats and votes. Winning the Open of this challenge has meant more to me than most others due to the effort I put in to plan and take the photo. As such I'm even more delighted than usual that you really like my photo. Thank you all :-) .

A.N.Other
Sep 5, 2017
     

#190
      Looking at those exposure values and the quality of the photo I think your camera is too good at photographing low light conditions for this challenge!

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