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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Jacopo Brunetti

Sardine run
Sardine run by Jacopo Brunetti
VOTES: 45
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Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012- (2/16/2012 4:44:00 AM)
Category: Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)
location: Philippine Sea Philippines
message this message is importantDear Jacopo Thank for your latest submission to the UWP contest smile

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Tn Diver
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message Photo Critique : This image is very interesting ! The subject matter reminds of a large storm moving quickly overhead.

First impression ; The image as I stated above has a swarming effect to it. I like it and it does leave the viewer wondering which way did they go.


Technical 4
Exposure : 5, Colours: 4, Sparpness: 2, DOF ( depht of field ) : 5, Contrast : 5


Suggestions :
I have not really any suggestions ..maybe a bit of sharpening but I think you have done what you can do for any image like this. In other words good job


Composition :The image is well composed with regards to the subject matter. I like the way you have captured a definitive line between the schooling bait ball and the edge of the reef.

Im sorry if I havn't been much help but there is not much more that I think you could have done. Please keep posting your images....Looking good!!!!!



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Tn Diver
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message Thank you very much!!

 
Jacopo Brunetti
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