Peter Keverne  


Yachts - Carrick Roaks, Falmouth by Peter Keverne

August 2019 - Yachts - Carrick Roaks, Falmouth

August 2019 - Peter Keverne

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About the Image(s)

Image taken on my Canon Power Shot (65 mag). The original image (landscape) was processed, cropped to portrait - image sharpened using Topaz Studio 2.


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5 comments posted

Pat Couder   Pat Couder
The portrait crop was the right thing to do in my opinion. Has made the two boats a lot stronger. Do you need the buoy in the background left corner? Id be tempted to get rid of that   Posted: 08/01/2019 08:01:44

Cindy Gosselin   Cindy Gosselin
(Group 56)
I agree that the portrait crop definitely makes this image more impactful and dramatic. And my personal preference would be to leave in the upper left buoy. To me, it gives the image a little more balance. Great job.   Posted: 08/03/2019 16:40:37

Peter Keverne   Peter Keverne
Hi Cindy & Pat - Cindy you read my image so well -as well as the buoy giving balance it is an important guiding feature to the local sea lane in that area. One can see how both yachts had adhered to the route.   Posted: 08/09/2019 02:04:27

Betty Billingham   Betty Billingham
I am sorry but I like the original better showing the vastness of the sea and yet man's ability to conquer it with our boats. Cropping it hampers the boats and takes away their purpose. It is good we all see pictures in different ways.   Posted: 08/21/2019 15:41:11

Shirley Ward   Shirley Ward
I like the fact that you cropped the image for simplicity....However, if it were mine, I would have removed the buoy, as I feel it is a distraction...just my opinion...
Good seeing in capturing the 2 boats as they were....
  Posted: 08/23/2019 16:56:34