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Morning Glory... Palakayam Thatt
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September 21, 2017
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Its one of my favourite place. The shot was taken during my last vacation.morning-glory-palaykayam.jpg

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September 21, 2017
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I think it is a great concept and I love the color tons of the image, but I slightly bothered with composition. I feel like her is too close the the edge with his foot and too much empty space above. I would frame him buy lowering my camera a bit. You could also play with the image in post by cropping the top and extending the bottom a bit.

September 23, 2017
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I also think that it would be better composition if the subject was walking/facing into the scene rather than out of the scene.

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September 28, 2017
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easyexposure said
I think it is a great concept and I love the color tons of the image, but I slightly bothered with composition. I feel like her is too close the the edge with his foot and too much empty space above. I would frame him buy lowering my camera a bit. You could also play with the image in post by cropping the top and extending the bottom a bit.  

yes, agreed in composition part, i too felt that there is little dead space on right side. 

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September 28, 2017
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Mandrake said
I also think that it would be better composition if the subject was walking/facing into the scene rather than out of the scene.  

Thanks Mandrake, i agree for the composition part

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Good afternoon.
That is how we need to spend your vacation.
Well done. Thank you for sharing your photo.
Good luck

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