Sunday at Aldeburgh

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  1. Biscuit761

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    Went out for the afternoon to the beautifull Suffolk village of Aldeburgh, lots going on including a Mini Club event (no shots processed yet).

    Took another 150 or so shots here are a few, after seeing Liquids recent beach photo's I have tried to pay a bit more attention to composition, can get lost in the snapping.

    Before we went to Aldeburgh we had to drop something off, while I waited I saw this on a wall

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    A few beach shots

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    The same photo cropped differently

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    Here's my minimilist shot !

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    Finally a nice Harley

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    Well a bit of it anyway.

    Bill
     
  2. onefivenine

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    Lovely bunch of shots.
    No 6 is my favourite, really intriguing - I start looking at the painting being made by the woman but unfortunately get distracted by what looks like a man looking at his dSLR's LCD in the background (and he's basically on or above the right third)! Which ruins it slightly for me. I think it might be better if you'd been shooting from lower down as the top of the boat clashes with the horizon. Just some positive criticism.
    Easy for me to say though. This is not an easy game and they all look great.
    Top shots. :thumbsup:
     
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    Some crackers there Biscuit761 - numbers 2, 6 and 7 for me :thumbsup:
     
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    I like them all. Out of the two cropped ones I am not sure which I prefer...if I HAD to choose it would probably be the wider one. Wait,no,the portrait one...aaargh!! :rotfl:
     
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    great shots as usual bill, no8 for me, lovely and sharp :smashin:
     
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    Great collection of shots here Bill....

    Loving No. 2 and No. 5, all the shots are super sharp!! :thumbsup:
     
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    #2, #4 and #5 for me matey, all very nice though.

    If you could have framed the people in #3 on the bottom left then that would have made a better #4 crop as they both seem to be looking to the right........if you know what I mean :)
     
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    Lovely set of images :)
     
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    #3 for me too, and ditto putting them to the left a bit.
     
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    For me, that image is superb with the guy looking at his camera. Rather than ruining it, I personally think his inclusion adds a lot to the overall picture. Two people using totally different approaches to capturing the same scene. Excellent work again Bill :thumbsup:
     

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