About a buoy by tommorules ()
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A work in progress. Can't decide whether to get rid of the buoy or not; the bottom right definitely needs tidying up before printing. Just cant work out how at the moment.
Thanks for looking & have a great weekend,
Image Comments (16)
durleybeachbum () 12:54PM | Sat, 28 January 2012
The aerial perspective treatment appeals to the screen-printer in me very much. I want to move the buoy not get rid of it.
ReBorne () 2:08PM | Sat, 28 January 2012
Go for it, it does seem to take a little attention away from the brilliant foreground and background...lovely softness to the image.
kgb224 () 2:43PM | Sat, 28 January 2012
I will leave it as it is , but that is just me. Stunning capture my friend. God Bless.
auntietk () 3:27PM | Sat, 28 January 2012
Notice the diagonal composition with bouy, then down and to the right a short post, then down and to the right again, to the right of the pilings, another short post. I think if I got rid of the bouy I would also have to get rid of the other two. That's just me ... I know you'll work out the perfect solution! This is a gorgeous image, Steve. Beautifully shot, and a super result!
jayfar () 4:22AM | Sun, 29 January 2012
I wouldn't mess with it Steve, to me its brilliant as it is.
Orinoor () 11:42AM | Sun, 29 January 2012
Wow, this is beautiful. I say lose the buoy, it disrupts the path your eyes follow. Gorgeous colors!!
brewgirlca () 1:02AM | Sun, 12 February 2012
I think the bouy provides a perfect focal point. There seems to be two lines of timbers and they intersect right at the bouy. I think it was meant to be there. I love the classic lightening of the 3 layers of background, each a perfect monotone.