Lighthouses for C&C

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  1. bigtwinky

    bigtwinky No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Took a small road trip into Maine over the holidays and found a bit of time to snap some shots of some of the lighthouses.

    We got there a bit late and the sun was setting, and instead of it setting and me being able to use that in the shot, it was setting behind a hill in back of us. So the light is a bit off, but adds some mood... I think.

    These are pretty much right out of the camera, minor PS, done with my crappy lenses haha.

    Looking for things to do different, things to improve on. So any and every comment is welcome

    1 - I'm not sure of leaving the rocks in the foreground is beneficial to the shot. Had to snap this one pretty quick as the boat was moving out haha
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  2. ikjosh

    ikjosh TPF Noob!

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    I think the rocks add to the depth of photo #1

    My favorite is #2

    It'd be interesting to see these photos again after some photoshop magic..
     
  3. bigtwinky

    bigtwinky No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I wish I had some magic to do, but I'm just learning =)
    If anyone feels like it, have some fun

    Thanks for the comments
     
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    I don't feel like doing school work.
    I know it's a little bit on the extreme side.
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