Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Steven_H, Dec 10, 2008.
if your tree horizon and sun were slightly higher in the frame - i wouldn't have any complaint to make.
I think, ShutterSpeed is right. While I have only just typed out a comment on someone else's sunset photos which said "when you subject is a phenomenon in the SKY, give that very sky the most room inside your frame", but here I feel you "followed my advice" (which you didn't know anything about ) a tad too far. The "anchor" could have been "stronger", the silhouetted trees might have taken up some more room at the bottom.
Your sunset much reminds me of one I witnessed almost 2 years ago (and it was so beautiful that I will never forget it) ... but I'm not sure my photos are still on here ... Oh, they are, I_found_them !
i agree...the treeline should have been a bit higher. if it was, i wouldnt have a complaint either.
I agree with those above. This would make a nice pano crop.
i got another picture of the same sunset with the trees higher up the frame:
Better with the sun more to the right I think.
Agree with all that was said previously.
Very nice exposure and colors, though.
BTW, your first shot is also a lot sharper- better focus.
i like the sun location in the first one, and the trees in the second one lol
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