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Blue Boy 2
Thanks for your thoughts Frank and George, something I did not think of.
I have quickly edited as suggested and uploaded new file as a comparison rather than replace original as I usually do.
A very easy edit as it turned out.
File information
Filename:sized_blue_boy_2.jpg
Album name:JOHN / Holidays
Camera:Panasonic Lumix DMC G3
Lens:Panasonic 14-140 mega OIS
Author's Comments:Re-edit as suggested by Frank and George.
Editing Performed:Straightened, cropped, sharpened, resized ACDSee
ISO:160
File Size:922 KB
Date added:May 28, 2014
Dimensions:1980 x 1379 pixels
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Date Time:2014:05:28 19:26:50
DateTime Original:2014:05:25 16:53:43
DateTime digitized:2014:05:25 16:53:43
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George  [May 28, 2014 at 10:36 PM]
Thanks for this new edit Jeffrey and you've guessed it....... this one works for me also
Well done.
Mazda_Man  [May 29, 2014 at 10:51 AM]
This is now a much better picture, the little lad now seems to be isolated as the cropped or cloned horizon allows more concentration on your main subject. Now a smashing picture and I am glad George agrees with me.
SteveT  [May 29, 2014 at 08:08 PM]
Nice re-edit but I sill think the first is the best
Beermonsta  [May 29, 2014 at 08:23 PM]
Both are good edits and have their merits Jeffrey, but I feel the first one has added depth and scale to it with the horizon visable and land beyond, having said that it is a bit tight to the top of the frame but still my preferred choice of the two images.
Helen  [Jun 03, 2014 at 10:57 AM]
Two good shots Jeffrey. I was undecided after looking at them both as to which one I preferred the best, then after looking again I think I prefer this one as the attention is now focused on the little boy gazing out to sea. ( hope that makes sense, still not very good with my commenting)
Photojunkie  [Jun 03, 2014 at 11:51 AM]
I prefer the other one Jeff, but like this too - it's wonderful detail on here when you focus on the child and do a close up of what is going on around him.. Fab stuff !