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Great david 2006-05-26 11:22

hola alex!

a wonderfully creative shot that tells quite a story. the low angle is perfect for the composition, the hand in the background seems to be a child but the ring gives a different perspective.

i might have moved to the right a little to place the hermit crab further to the left of the frame, placing it in the bottom, left thirds corner ... that would have made the shot more aesthetically pleasing.

however, a really good shot. i like it!

i've done a workshop ... just to move the crab and see how it looks! :)

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Old 05-27-2006, 12:13 AM
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Default To david: Crop

David, actually i would have done the crop leaving space for the crab to move in. What do you think? Y tu Alex, que piensas?
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Old 05-27-2006, 03:27 AM
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hey enrique

interesting point ... i didn't really see that the crab was moving in a particular direction.

and i liked the idea of keepin most of the hand.

but i can see how the other way might work better ... hmmm ... yeah, maybe. :)

good point

cheers

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Old 06-02-2006, 05:49 PM
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Default Re: To david and Enrique

estoy de acuerdo con Enrique, realmente el Makey como le dicen, estaba moviendose y por eso le deje espacio en la foto, para que se pueda ver que el calamar estaba en movimiento.
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