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    Port Dickson

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    Took this foto at PD... This is my first time at the sea...wat u think guys


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    Re: Port Dickson

    nice..
    btw is it under expose or auto mode?

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    Re: Port Dickson

    U captured the sky very well...nice compo too but if you have an interesting capture/event/activities/object on the foreground it would add the X-factor to this photo.

    sunset/sunrise shots are not just abt the sky

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    Re: Port Dickson

    Its Manual mode....I dont understand wat u mean by under expose

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    Re: Port Dickson

    Good capture here maxrobert. Well done..

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    Re: Port Dickson

    well done
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    Re: Port Dickson

    Composition: It is ok, except that there is not much of a story.

    Technical: this photo is well exposed and captured the moment

    Overall: this image can be improved, just think a bit deeper before shooting.

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    Re: Port Dickson

    This is one more foto on the day....is this wat u guys meaning by the x-factor


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    Re: Port Dickson

    The second photo has a bit more life to it but the ppl is kinda small for a good x-factor impact.

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    Re: Port Dickson

    You've got good eye in seeing what's nice to capture. I like #1, though having say people in the foreground would make that even better.

    You understood that in your #2, and I think a bit of cropping of the foreground to rid some of the black shore would make that an even better photo.

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    Re: Port Dickson

    Nice silhouettes. Nice exposures. But just like the rest have said, a little on composition and story.

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    Re: Port Dickson

    good capture! i love it.

    #1: agree with the rest, nicely exposed and composed. i like it!

    #2: if only the sky was like pic 1.
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    Re: Port Dickson

    For i love landscapes view...i chose both as a "well done" pics..like others hv said,just implement their comments and wallah,you got a splendid picture....

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    Re: Port Dickson

    #1. like maxby said, it's technically well exposed and you did still a moment. i felt your use of the "dark" areas was a nice touch, liked your capture of the reflections of the trees on the left side, enjoyed your gentle cloud formations and love the blue sky. i feel it's a good shot, but just missing that x-factor that could have made it a spectacular shot. again, great advice from maxby, "just think a bit deeper before shooting". a sin which i, too, am guilty off when shooting landscape.

    #2. sorry, the only thing i like is the silhouette of two people standing. but i feel they are just standing. and what is that thing to the right of both of them. is a another person sitting down but hanging his head down in dismay? or just a piece of wood coming up from the tree? yikes. spooky. the biggest sin, i feel, is that the horizon is really off.. i almost never see spectacular shots where the sea is tilted. i also didn't quite like the "dark" areas this time. i also wish you'd waited for the sun to set summore coz sometimes the sky really really becomes a beautiful at the last 15 minutes before the sun sets completely.

    justs my two cents worth. i hope you find it useful.

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