"Initial thinking is that the shot is lacking in a focal point. As a vista shot, it is ok, but requires a point of interest.
Maybe concentrate on lightening the foreground a shade or two, sharpen the bottom section to highlight the foliage and…"
"My first thought is that India never looks much like my expectations!
My second thought is, the power line should be either cloned or cropped out.
Are you trying to show us anything beyond the view down the valley?"
I really appreciate your efforts to put out the negative aspects of my image. I took this shot few years back and at that time I was so crazy on putting watermark on most of my images...as u said anyone can clear the watermark from this snap…"
Thank u so much for sharing your valuable opinions on my snap. I took this shot from a moving boat and thatz y lot of errors happened in terms of horizontality and lots of other things. I am using quite a beginner's SLR and cant expect…"
"Take heart, Sreenath. I disagree with Thomas. I see a tour boat or ferry of a design we don't have here. It has spent a lot of time rubbing against fenders at the dock. The fenders are probably made from old tires. …"
"I'm sorry, Sreenath, but I see no value in this shot.
The image has no focus, no story, and is not even a plain beauty showcase ... It's not sharp, and the composition is neither here nor there, which is a real killer for me ...
"The picture has reflections that are too sharp and high color saturation. The horizon is slightly tilted but the boat design makes it appear more than it is. I blurred the water (motion) and sky (Gaussian). Then I reduced saturation of…"
"In the original, the bow is high because the image is tilted.
When it's ocean, and the horizon is liquid, you can count on it being level. When it's a lake or river and the horizon is the far shore, it may not be level due to…"
"The funny thing is that the water horizon line is level in the original but the boat riding high at the bow gives the illusion of being tilted. I actually like the reflections but it is too saturated."
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