Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by RyanGSams, Feb 8, 2010.
I have tried cropping this picture i took a few weeks ago. C&C welcome.
This one is interesting tho hard to understand. Is it ice? a salt flat? (Rhetorical because I remember the originals with the explanation). I think this is a case where the rule about not centering the horizon should be observed. The light on the forground is pleasing but the sky and distance are dreary and the buildings are too small to have much impact. Could the sky be exposed more with a graduated filter tool? Still it invites a close look and questions, it's interesting.
I find the sky bland, the horizon is too centered and the block of ice and foreground are blurry.
The light on the block of ice is interesting though.
Yea i see yalls points. i could try tweaking the sky and make it more exposed. I wish i could have gotten a better pictures of the buildings but i only have a 18-55 kit lens.
Thank you for your responses.
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