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ropes and goggles by eyenoticed ropes and goggles by eyenoticed
Really trying to be more creative with my journalistic stuff. What do you think? Any advice?
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DeathbyCuriosity Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2009
and this one!
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Sarah-on-Deviantart Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009
Good shot! :)
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FourOneSeven Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2009
Gah... Okay, I like the expression and the 'moment' here- but the composition is bogus. Is there anyway you could have shot this from the front and had her face on the right-side of the frame? What's bugging me is that while I want to look at her face, my attention is constantly drawn to the awkward shape her arms are making. Should you see this again, I would suggest shooting from the front or shooting from directly behind and zooming in on the details of her hands and the tension on that rope-
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eyenoticed Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2009  Student Photographer
Great advice!!!! thanks!
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EricForFriends Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2009  Professional Photographer
It's an interesting motif, it would even have been stronger with a plain background, or at least I'd like to see more contrast between the right lower arm and the door behind it, the contours of your main subject get lost this way.
You could make the door and the other thingy less disruptive by adding a transparent white layer and masking the figure of the swimmer. It wouldn't really be 'lying', as the elements would still be there.
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rebekahkirkland Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2009
I like this one...it's different.

Caught my eye. Good work!
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