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I too like the low PoV.
Dammit, your a slippery one I was hoping I was quick enough but then it did tell me I didn’t have the authority to permanently delete my message..
Thanks Dave, my other half looked at shot 2 and said it didn’t do the power of the waves or the height of the waves justice... hence the one hiding in my friends drive posed ready with my finger continually on the back focus button... every time the waves came over the wall I felt the pull of the water around my calves and the sound of the stones was deafening. I did think it didn’t look in focus but I thought that added to the force and power feeling to it. I wished I had used a grad tho, just to define the flat sky as there was some colour in it.Thanks for the feedback#2 shot for me as it looks more in focus, as like that you got the rolling waves.
Thank you Baloo, I was just driving over to the other side of my village to get a shot of it Breaking on the house at Bill Point when I saw this, so stuck the van back on the drive and walked around the corner.. It was amazing to witness, shame I didn’t get a shot of it over the houses, I tried from 4 different angles.First shot for me by a mile, like the energy you have got with the motion blur in the wave, adds dynamism to the shot, can just imagine you hiding behind your neighbours wall! Cant see anything OOF at all.Really good shot that tells a story.
Thank you Baloo, I really appreciate your comments. The shadow really does help to convey a powerful emotion. I love this statue, despite the history behind it.Love this very poignant reminder of a broken generation, like the shadow cast. My personal favourite of the shots I've seen for broken.
Thank you Helen,A very thoughtful take on the theme and I'm sure very, very true. I really like the use of the shadow - it underlines the grief.
Thanks Dave,Only one comment on this image. I think it is a very good take on the theme and agree with Helen on the shadow as it just makes it more powerful to me, also like the gritty look.