Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by BoiJaymason, Sep 1, 2009.
The walkway out to a light house, separating Canada and New York State.
I wonder who will be the first to point out the crooked horizon?
Someone who is very anal, most likely - since the horizon isn't even 1/16th of an inch off from one side to the other.
I like the humanoid(s) on the dock, adds something to the photo.
Are you saying that being off 1/16th is acceptable?
For what I get paid for my work, yes.
I really like the U.S. side of that pic.
i think the horizon is off a little....anyone agree?
That has been established already, if you read through the thread you would know.
Any ways... main topic.
Great photo, i defiantly like it. My only issue is the person in the photo is centered vertically. I think this detracts from the composition. But then again it doesn't, if you know what i mean. Do have any shots of the same scene? If so i would like to see them!
I don't know what you mean, please elaborate.
Otherwise, you defiantly don't make sense.
It's a really nice shot (great colors) but as mentioned the horizon is off and it's too close to the center of the frame. I think it might have been better to place the horizon line 1/3 down from the top to include more of the foreground scene. Image could be sharpened up a bit too.
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