Very nice location. The compo can be improved though.
will be visiting that place again with few other new ppl. will try get it from different angle next time =). like that jetty !
Nice scenery but you need to improve on your composition.
More of lovely Penang Island to come soon...just stay tuned =P~
Have decided to be more specific on the title partly due to too many people using the same title, making me confuse when wanna update.! Besides I am living in Penang and shooting mostly about Penang. Would like to share with everyone who enjoy pursuing photography as part of own interest, or believes is best in relieving some amount of stress after one tiring day at work,to those who simply loves to enjoy having a Peaceful direction state of Mind,and to all passionate photo lovers.
Just a form of sharing here, to keep the desire and love in art of photography, hope for everyone who visits my site to share your thoughts and teachings as well.
joker, maybe you should read up about composition and framing. You don't want to cut the boat into half.
Will work on compositions =].
u should try doing it in hdr.try to exploring more.keep it up bro!
Haven't learn much about HDR yet =0.. but interested to improve on compositions and searching for sites.
One of my favorite moments of all time. Shot was taken from my window view inside suv when traveling in India. Lucky that the driver decided to stop over at small petrol station next to highway, otherwise would have missed it so much!. Another piece of time framed =)
Same location, but i like this color alot
Last edited by livelikejoker; 24-04-2012 at 01:38 PM.
Nice colors, you have chosen a time that many of us would love to shoot. Apart from working on composition as others highlighted, in case you want to bring out more foreground colors you can try using GND filters for a start, since most of the shots you did are pretty amendable to using them.
I would not recommend jumping onto HDR for a start, and I have not seen many people doing it well, me included. Shooting along the light for a good photo is tough enough but gives the best pleasing result, trying to manipulate multiple exposures in seemingly adverse lightings is even worse.
I think you should stand back and understand exposure and dynamic range before you move forward. Dig into the technicalities and re learn how your camera expose images. This step back is vital, so much like a golfer going back to the driving range before hitting the greens again. Good luck in your quest.
The last one is good. You can try to correct the distortion in PS.
Like your work.. keep on improving
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