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Tonight on a boat trip to Lucerne

 

D800 & AF-S 35mm @ f/8.0; 1/400s; ISO 400

 

 

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Love the light, but why so much empty foreground?

cheers

afx

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Aerobat not a patch on your sunset, but the same ship from earlier this year! the second one is what I intended to post but I couldn't find it, now I can!

 

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Thanks Merlin, Andreas and Mike for your feedback.

Mike I like your boat pictures. I hope you had a nice stay here in central Switzerland.

I tried another crop and like to get your comments on this version:

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Here's another one from the same evening:

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I tried another crop and like to get your comments on this version:

Better me thinks, but for my taste still too much empty water, I would take off another 10%.

But how do you feel about the crop?

The new one you posted feels a lot better balanced in my eyes.

cheers

afx

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It was a very nice day trip to Lucerne but needed to wait until the afternoon for some sunshine, enjoyed the covered bridge!

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Thanks for your comments Andreas. I too think the pictures is improved by cropping tighter. Here is another attempt:

 

 

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the cropped version is definitely an improvement, great.

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Thanks Fons, Mike and Andreas for your comments. I'm now also happy to have found a better crop. I was a bit cought in an attempt to have the sun more towards a third into the picture. It is very rewarding to get such good advise. 

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I also think the crop works better, Daniel. :) 

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