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This is a discussion on Crashing wave within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Just curious what people think about this one. many thanks! Marko...

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    Just curious what people think about this one.

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    YIKES! looks like the water got a little close... sure hope your equipment came out ok!

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    Dude... all the waters running out the right-hand side of the image and onto my desk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tirediron View Post
    Dude... all the waters running out the right-hand side of the image and onto my desk!
    Yikes! It's a good thing that I am a good swimmer!

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    Neat-o Marko! I'd fix your horizon line tho! (Was that a test to see if we are paying attention?)

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    thanks for the comments - No TT there was no test (and I agree about the horizon btw), I was just curious as to what people thought.

    I'm not even sure what I think about this shot, that's really why I posted it.

    aside from its 'shock value' is there anything here?
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    im not sure if there is 'something there', imo marko. if the largest water drops (which are great big splashes, lower righthand side) were smaller, i think it would have been great, since the horizon & body of water are captured wonderfully. just that wave was a little too strong, and not quite co-operating...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post

    aside from its 'shock value' is there anything here?
    Yea... there is something there.... A BIG FAT REPAIR BILL....

    lol.... hope you didn`t shoot this with the Nikon you borrowed from your buddy.

    IMO - this is a type of image that would get separated from the ``A`` pile and placed into the ``let`s massacre this image in ps and see if we call pull something abstract out of it`` pile.
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    Personally, I kind of like it. If as others had mentioned, the horizon was straightened, it would make for a better photo... also, if the water splashes were more sharp maybe, but IMO I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    thanks for the comments - No TT there was no test (and I agree about the horizon btw), I was just curious as to what people thought.

    I'm not even sure what I think about this shot, that's really why I posted it.

    aside from its 'shock value' is there anything here?
    actually, my first impression was sea sickness gone pale. looking at the photo you feel like you are on the boat... and then...um... yeah.

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