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Dawn's first catch
Dawn's first catch
Andrew Latham


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Challenge: Orange (Basic Editing I)
Camera: HP PhotoSmart 735
Location: Santa Barbara Beach, in the Bay of Gibraltar
Date: Mar 20, 2004
Aperture: 1:7:0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/715
Galleries: Water, Seascapes
Date Uploaded: Mar 20, 2004

I always like photos which include natural (not posed) action, so when I saw the golden orange sunrise silhouetting the fishermen, on the way to work, I couldn't resist stopping the car. The fishermen are raising their cage (very likely a lobster cage) to check out their catch. Hope you like it

Statistics
Place: 84 out of 383
Avg (all users): 5.5516
Avg (commenters): 6.9231
Avg (participants): 5.4214
Avg (non-participants): 5.7213
Views since voting: 1161
Votes: 281
Comments: 13
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/30/2004 08:48:00 AM
wonderful feel you've created, soft focus on the boat is great. I think I'd prefer to have less dark foreground (either less of it or same amount but w/ some detail), would suggest removing some of the noise in the sky. As presented, nicely done
03/29/2004 04:15:46 PM
An uplifting shot - nicely assisted with hue adjustments.
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03/28/2004 07:38:36 PM
Exquisite composition.
03/26/2004 08:21:01 PM
Get closer!! Too much foreground and background. Really potentially nice shot. The exposure of the sun, the light off the water, the silhouette of the boat.. fantastic! But the boat is so small and has so many artifacts around it. Another 75 feet and this would have been a lot different.
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03/26/2004 09:44:16 AM
This is a very good picture, and I have scored it quite high. The odd thing is that with the sun to the right of the boat, it suggests the end of the day, rather than dawn. That's just a pyschological thing I guess.
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03/26/2004 01:22:18 AM
Very nice. the photo is a bit grainy and I think it's more yellow than orange. 7
03/25/2004 05:45:56 PM
I quite like the image, but I feel a tighter crop would work better, there seems a bit too much shadow in the foreground
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03/25/2004 05:44:32 PM
To me this feels like it might be a hundred years old! It reminds me of an antique painting, or something. Great effect!
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03/25/2004 02:59:47 AM
How lovely. I think it would be even better if you cropped more of the beach off - so there wasn't so much of it showing in the picture.
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03/24/2004 08:53:45 PM
I wonder what less beach or no beach in the composition would do to this. A nice image.. but I think a more drastic crop could further improve it.
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03/24/2004 07:18:25 PM
Gentle. Nice. Like the composition. I can almost feel the viewer waiting for the perfect image to keep in memory.
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03/24/2004 07:50:41 AM
Nice photo
03/24/2004 03:42:27 AM
too much black foreground, sky is very noisy.
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