Orient Lagoon

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  1. Bifurcator

    Bifurcator TPF Noob!

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    I think it looks a little better on a black background. A border maybe?
    Crits and comments always welcome!
     
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    Nice image, but it's what I'm not seeing that has me wondering. I'm thinking there's a potential pano here.
     
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    Hey cool!

    I wish... to the right are some uninteresting buildings and a parkinglot. To the left is mostly a very full parking lot. If I could float out to the buoy I might have a chance at something tho.

    Here's a little wider shot of it before the second crop:




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    From the bottom edge (in the second image) begins a boring parking lot with lots of cheep k-cars which was cropped off in the 1st crop. ;) The second crop took out the foreground structures as seen in the top image.
     
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    Did the sky really look like that, or is it a filter or your settings? Looks impressive either way!
     
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    I like both shots.
     
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    is that how you saw it or pp changes?? very cool - i too would like to see it pano and cropped at the bottom just a tad to simplify. cat
     
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    Thanks,

    Well, my first instinct as a photographer is to lie and say it was just like that and >I< captured it! :D

    The truth is however, that the sky was 100% white and cloudless. That is my doodle. 100% drawing in photoshop. :D

    Thanks R-Jack!

    Thank you,

    Besides the sky being white and blank the ocean was also a very uninteresting deep dark and even grey. So all of the tones and blues were added by processing selections and more drawing.


    So now that I've spilled the beans I feel so cheap. Hehehe :D
     

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