Friday, July 14, 2006

Nautical Simplicity - Outtake


I think the simplicity of this image would be improved without all the detail of the buildings on the shore.
Possibly I should clone or layer in something more simple.

10 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

It's still pretty simple, but that would make it simpler.

I wonder if you cropped it just slightly so the boat was just a LITTLE closer and layered a sky very the horizon.

But nice. Love the color of the sails and water, an interesting cotrast.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Of course, I am looking at the ociture on TINY TOBY--the size would probably be perfect on a normal computer, LOL!

moo said...

I think if I was to bring the boat closer I would need to buzz it or something as I don't think it can stand being enlarged much. I'll put it in the TO DO file.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

It may not need it--my fault for being on Tiny TOBY, sorry!!!! If I ever get a bigger laptop, I'll give you ore accurate feedback!

moo said...

I shall wait until you get to Detroit before I try any drastic changes! LOL! You know you can pick up a cheap desktop for a fiver but I wouldn't want you to have something else to get rid of before you move!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

AK--I am trying to get RID of stuff, nto acquire stuff.

It's hard for me to judge size stuff on TOby, but I'm not going back to Detroit immediate;y

Daniele Marioli said...

A remarkable "blow of eye"! much beautiful one!
Ciao!
Daniele

moo said...

Thank you Daniele - I am so glad this blew your eyes away! What a wonderful expression!

kunal bhatia said...

I like the fact that most of the frame is occupied by the water, and the boat appears only at the far end. Quite an unusual frame.
This is an interesting blog, why don't you update it more often?
Mindless Mumbai

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

It was a group project with some friends and everyone seems to have lost interest. We now are working on Photique 2008--but that one doesn't have quite the same emphasis. COme see us there and see what you think, or at any of the Photiques.

If you want to join THIS blog is could be revived, let me know.