"Last Light in Mukilteo"

by Tsoi Wilson

last light in mukilteo seeking critique tsoi wilson

Gallery: Travel, USA, Pacific Northwest

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Travel

Published: Friday 6th of July 2007 08:49:46 PM


Comments

Ken Thalheimer
I prefer the more open feel of the uncropped version. The porch frames the lighthouse beautifully. Though the subject is dead center, the porch gives the illusion of the lighthouse not being centered

AmirAli Sharifi
Very nice composition and light :)

Eric Yutzy
really nice lighting, i liked the uncropped as well

Jacqueline deRuyter
The lighting beautiful. There is a soft warm glow to the image. I also like the uncropped version. Very nice!

Richard Hans
Exquisite composition, incredible control on exposure, very nice framed image again, Wilson!!! Best regards

Dave Dube
Hey Wilson ~ from what I remember, you must like this lighthouse and dwellings.

To try and answer your question, does one have to be better, they are both great, just different. I may possibly get a better 'feeling' from the more open porch.

Looks like they've repainted since you last presented photos of this spot.

Paweł & Grażyna Hachaj
Great pic! What a charming place!
Your photo reproduce the peaceful mood of this scene very well. There are tons of sunset/sunrise pictures on PN, yet most of them are "you see one - you see all"; but this one is not like them. Congratulations!

Michael Raddatz
beautiful wide perspective comp

Pnina Evental
I like the " breathing space" in the uncropped version, even both are nice but slightly different. Beautiful light, and well cropped, as the porch is like framing the lighthouse. Nice to meet you again Wilson.

Juan Riera
uncropped, no doubt

Peter Sheinhouse
Nice lighting. I like the cropped version, the slightly asymmetrical is much more engaging.

Wilson Tsoi
"Last Light in Mukilteo" Does it work for you compositionally?

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