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Beuty is everywhere in Maldives

Beuty is everywhere in Maldives
Photo Information
Copyright: Ajai Krishnan (ajaikrishnan) (266)
Genre: People
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2009-09-07
Categories: Daily Life
Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/1000 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): Friday Theme 2009/10/02 "deep blue" [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2009-10-10 3:25
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Points: 7
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
On the beaches of Maldives, you will not find anything of less beauty!!!
Anything an everything is beautiful in Malives ..
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To MLINES: Hiajaikrishnan 1 10-10 03:55
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Hi Ajai, Good vertical presentation. The clouds, the boat, the blue sea and the beautiful lady all come together well. The rule of thirds states that the horizon could best be put higher or lower in the frame, but here your crop works well. It looks very similar to Boracay, a favorite beach i went to recently. TFS. Murray.

Lovely image with great balance of elements, including the lovely girl in the picture adding some x-factor to this exotic image. Have a great day....



This is a nice shot for colors, but I dont like it or it can be a better composition if it the lady is on below left corner and the ship is on right top corner.


Abid Changazi

Greetings Ajai,
The blues are attractive, the strolling woman and boat make this a compelling nautical and tropical scene. I do have suggestions, however, with the composition. First, I agree with Murray's comment about central placement of the horizon. Second, the woman's head touches the horizon line, this would probably look more compelling if you avoid this in the future. A lower pov will perhaps be more dynamic and visually consistent. Wishing you well.

Subject is good but I think composition could be better. More separation between the woman and the boat, and I suspect if you moved closer to the woman you would have more opportunity to use rule-of-thirds for both her, and the placement of horizon.

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