Pier Perspective (wide angle)

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  1. Miaow

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    Another of my pier shots from the other day :)

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    Very nice! :mrgreen:
     
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    Nice image (but a bit hard to see through that border).

    Dani.
     
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    It would be too cool if the sun set right at the end of the pier. That would be an amazing shot.
     
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    Thanks for the replies :)

    I wouldnt have thought that the border is really affecting the pic much (as in making it harder to see) I put that blueish edge 1st so basically whats inside of that blue is picture. I cropped it so that it looked a bit more tunnel like at that end where I was :)
     
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    very nice...kill the blue and black border....the underexposed top of the pier serves as its own partial border

    cool shot..nice angle and well exposed
     
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    Thanks :)

    Well for those that don't like the border here it is without one :)

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    I really like this shot!

    I wouldn't say kill the idea of a border completely, but maybe use a white border in place of the black one?

    The only thing that bothers me is that it looks a little crooked. But other than that great capture!
     
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    Thanks - I might play with some different borders later :)

    The horizon's level so I think its the sand not being level under there that makes it sorta appear crooked?
     
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    haha, it's probably just me.
     

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