Out and About this Easter Weekend

SweetGirl

Prominent Member
Been out and about this weekend. Great weather, no stress about work...absolutely heaven :)

Here's some of my shots from Saturday from my favorite beach - Portsmouth Southsea

C&C always welcome


Seagull (my favorite one)
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Fishing Net
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Yacht with red sail
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Litter on the beach
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Sea water on rocky pebbles
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Water bubbles
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Yacht with white sail/Old log
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Icecream hut
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Watch this space. I will be posting my Day out in London soon.
 

Gordon @ Convergent AV

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These are all pretty great Sweetgirl. I'd suggest that you think about the "rule of thirds" idea on composition. ie you put the primary area of interest on a line roughly one third across or up and down image as our brains find that more pleasing that a central image. You've done it with the net and the wooden jetty post and they are the strongest images compositionally for me.

The white sailed yacht looks good too...actually they all look good but I think you could make them even better.

Gordon
 

SweetGirl

Prominent Member
These are all pretty great Sweetgirl. I'd suggest that you think about the "rule of thirds" idea on composition. ie you put the primary area of interest on a line roughly one third across or up and down image as our brains find that more pleasing that a central image. You've done it with the net and the wooden jetty post and they are the strongest images compositionally for me.

The white sailed yacht looks good too...actually they all look good but I think you could make them even better.

Gordon

Thanks for the great advice Gordon. I will take that on board.

Would this shot of the seagull have worked better :confused:
 

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SweetGirl

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I think it does but better would be to have it top right so it's flying in to open area.

Gordon

Understand. Cant do that with the photo i have so i will remember for next time. thanks for the help. :)
 

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