Kayaking under the castle walls

Posted by Luka Ban on Fri, 11/05/10 02:12
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 11/05/10 09:01

The silhouetted kayaker set against the golden hue of the water works for me with the black bordering completing, as well as complementing, the image. Placement to the right with a space to the left creates a sense of movement through the image.

Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Sat, 11/06/10 14:42

Very nice.

Comments by Jeff Dye on Sat, 11/06/10 20:40

IMO the composition would've been much better with just the kayaker (full length) on the
gold water and without the tree which as a photograph he appears about to run into.

Comments by Linda Frey on Sun, 11/07/10 11:38

That castle wall does make wonderful reflections!

Comments by Dan Rubin on Sun, 11/07/10 12:29

The golden reflection makes a spectacular background; I agree with Dye's suggestions as to composition.

Comments by Vladimir Vorobeychik on Tue, 11/09/10 14:28

I totally agree with you about full length of kayak, but I would kind of disagree with you about tree. Tree gives the foreground for this image. But I would like to see the tree a little blured giving the 3D impression to the whole view. Picture as presented is too flat.

Comments by Luka Ban on Tue, 11/09/10 14:53

This is what my camera saw at that moment. It`s not a crop. Just didn`t have enough time (and space)to react. Of course this doesn`t mean it`s a good comp. Yes, it`s flat. Reduced to two dimensions, but having some simplified iconic feel to it. Which is not immanent to photography, and should be avoid.