Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by MissMia, Aug 1, 2008.
This is near an open pit mine in Arizona.
C&C is appreciated. Thanks for looking!
Nicely done; very much like the colours and composition. Is it an optical illusion, or are both slanted down on the RH side? I can't quite tell.
Love it. I live in AZ, too.
How do you get such bright blue skies? Photoshop? Everytime I take outdoor shots the sky seems white and I can't seem to figure it out in Photoshop.
A polorizer will help bring out the skies...
Thank you. It could be slanted or it could be the new lens. I'm not used to the wide angle yet.
Thanks! The sky was gorgeous that day and I shot this with the sun behind me. I did use photoshop to edit, but I really didn't do anything to the sky.
That's my next purchase! I haven't picked one up for this lens yet.
The skies are wonderful. And both composition are very good, interesting shots to look at
very nice, interesting to see both textures next to each other.. i think the second works better compositionaly :thumbup:
Very nice, but agree that #2 is a little better comp.
A polarizer can be very tricky to use on an ultrwide angle lens like MissMia's Sigma 10-20mm especially at the very wide end. The sky can show a great variability across the field of view.
I like them both -- #2 better. Where is this?
Are you going to join us for the Meetup in Jerome on the 9th?
Here's a link to info on UWA with polarizers
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