Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by rangerman, Jul 9, 2010.
too much editing
#1- it needs to be straightened slightly, the buildings lean too much, you can see it at the end of the row and in the person how there's a subtle V-shape with the edge. otherwise, you have a person to anchor the scale and foreground, there's something in the distance and good leading lines
#2- I would do one thing on it. either pull up to get the top level more or pan down and make your top the white stone and get more of what's below. you're cutting off people at the top of the shot. I'm not sure about the blurry people but it's not specifically bad.
I agree a little to much editing, but honestly I have no room to talk. I just know I can get cared away with editing and take away from the natural beauty in a picture! But hey we have to learn somehow right?
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