Discussion in 'Past Entries' started by Pottsy, Aug 9, 2005.
Little fella gets to work, only to have a bit of an ocean roller go for him...
I like the idea, i think maybe a tighter crop would bring the eye to the child more which would increase the imapct for me.
I messed around with the crop on this one for ages - I know what you mean! I thought that if cropped too tight on the left there was no space for him to "run in to", spoiling the movement. If I cropped any tighter on the right, I lost the footprints story. I wanted to retain the whole story - spade in, walk to sea, wave, run.
I really like this. I think it would be perfect if your son was looking to camera with a worried look on his face. But still a top shot.
Thanks! Yes, a worried face would be good, but have you tried directing a 2.5 year old???
I like that you can't see his face, it's like he's checking the progress of the tide, or has just done a double take.
I like it
He was actually surprised by (and running away from) the crashing wave!
Oh i know mate i mean it looks like he's checking the progress of the tide whi;e he's trying to get away. That's why i think it's better he's looking at the wave
Soz, seany, bit tired yesterday!!
Made me laugh, you can just imagine his panic, hey lets face it if we were his size that would be a BIG wave
Like it alot
He's a hilarious little dude, and this was his very first encounter in his tiny little life with a crashing wave. I love it, because it captures that fraction of a second learning moment.
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