Discussion in 'HDR Discussions' started by Provo, Apr 13, 2010.
Hope you all like it!
Picture perfect. See, you can do it.
Not really into these types of shots but it would be really nice if it didnt have that wierd border, i dont get the obsession with those things these days. Its a good picture it doesnt need some fancy thing like that. I mean imagine if all the paintings at the Philadelphia art museum had borders like that....
I am waiting for summer to be here so that I can go out and take some pictures this past winter was a real bummer the skies where almost every day grey and although you can find great subjects to shoot it just takes more time to find the subject.
I much rather wait for summertime when everything is green and skies are nice. I think that also is the same case for others here why it has been relative dead. I just picked up a 32gb class10 sdhc for the camera so I am ready besides in June I will be in a 14day cruise so plenty of opportunity to take great shots. I am still planning on taking some astrophotography shots as well this summer can't wait for those.
Thank god much better. Also nice use of HDR, i couldnt even tell it was at first, thats they way it should be.
It's nice and all but it really needs a subject.
looks great, but yeah, that border kind of detracts from the beauty.
Composition wise there are issues. But as far as color/appearance it came out great.
The colours are amazing. Well done. However, I agree with Josh.
What about crop to make it a panoramic?
I will elaborate on my post a bit.
There is really no subject in this image. With the horizon dead center, it's a toss up between the water and the sky/sunset.
It also lacks a foreground; It is all middle ground and background.
If you had taken composition into account, this image would have been absolutely perfect.
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