Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by ImNick, Jun 18, 2010.
A few from South Haven, Michigan.
Just a little trick. When taking landscape, always try to put the horizon on the 2/3 of the picture or the 1/3.
in this shot, more sky would have given more punch to the picture
1 and 2 are a bit bright, to put it lightly. But I like #2 for some reason, even bright. It needs the horizon levelled though.
#3 looks good, but the stuff in the foreground on the right is hurting it I think. I'd crop it like this:
thats what i am talking about,
Good call on the horizon. I didn't even think about it, sort of fell into place by accident with the edit though.
Then, depending on your comfort with (ab)using PShop, do some creative deleting of other boats. Then you have a crisp image of the 'go it alone' attitude of sailors!
Great crop, though.
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I kinda like the other boats...
I think #1 looks like a big mistake, #2 has potential, and the Sun being essentially dead center, and the dock(?) on the right in #3 weakens the composition, a lot.
like 2 and 3.
as always Keith great job with the edit.
Single shot HDR. It often creates halo's
love the croped of the 3rd
Here's my version...not as good as KmH, but still, here it is:
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