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This is a discussion on Cave dweller within the Alternative photography forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Not sure if this is the right forum for this; have not been out shooting much, so I spent some ...

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    Not sure if this is the right forum for this; have not been out shooting much, so I spent some time learning more about Photoshop. This is a composite of 6 separate images ... tried to do something a bit surrealistic, not sure if it works ....

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    I think it has more potential if you simplify it a bit. There's a little bit too much going on. I would take out the train, the metal part on top and the driftwood. The snake isn't too bad there. I think simplicity is often best for aesthetics.

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    I quite like the play here - fun image.
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    very unique, strange... and I like it

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    I agree with Realist that there's too much going on. I think some of the elements are a little too far apart, too. Would getting the snake and the metal thingy on top closer to the person in the pool help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietOne View Post
    I agree with Realist that there's too much going on. I think some of the elements are a little too far apart, too. Would getting the snake and the metal thingy on top closer to the person in the pool help?
    Quote Originally Posted by Realist View Post
    I think it has more potential if you simplify it a bit. There's a little bit too much going on. I would take out the train, the metal part on top and the driftwood. The snake isn't too bad there. I think simplicity is often best for aesthetics.
    The whole point was to make it a bit surrealistic. if I were to simplify it, it would loose that, imho.
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