Esther's Journey

This is a composite of an image taken inside the caves and an image of a girl I took a picture of on a beach

Nikon D5300 with a 18 - 55 mm lens at 18mm
F4
1/3 sec
Iso 3200
No Flash

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Comment by Nicolene Theunissen on November 6, 2017 at 13:22

Lol, YES WE CAN!  defintely on my toes again! lol. Busy practicing my photoshop skills and love the input. Back to photography we go!

Comment by John Fox on November 6, 2017 at 12:55

I find this image rather flat and lacking in 3d depth. The pathway does not lead anywhere, so not much is evoked and there is a level of mystery missing as a result. The human figure looks stuck on, because the dof, angle of movement blur, tones and contrast don't match. This has the look to me of a painting rather than a photo, and you need to ask yourself: if I were going to sit and paint and image for 60 hours, would it be to achieve this end product?

I know what you are thinking… “JOHN what happened to the sandwich method of crit?” But I know you have the eye and the talent. I think you made this composite because you can and not because IT needed to be. So I am here to keep you on your toes. ;-)

Comment by Danie Bester on November 6, 2017 at 12:21

Leaving this crit for John, as I am out of my depth today!

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