Water & Earth x8

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  1. IndieMe

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    Took some photos, never did any like these before.

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    Bump.
     
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    Wow that 2nd shot is stunning!! nice work!
     
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    def. liking #2...

    though, is it me, or does it need an ever so slight rotation to the right (to level the water horizon)... maybe it's me??
     
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    I'd agree with that too, and number 5 ;)
     
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    I still need a tripod so I can make my water & land levels straight.

    Thanks.
     
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    I really like almost all of these, but your sky is overexposed in all but 1 or 2. Do you you have a circular polarizer or neutral density filter? That should help :)
     
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    Watch out for the blown highlights, other than that you did a pretty good job.
     
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    Umm I have no idea what that is?

    The only thing I did with these photos was increase the contrast.

    Maybe too much lol.
     
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    I was actually just gonna mention that hehe

    You can also very easily adjust the horizon in Photoshop. Saves you from buyin a tripod I guess hehe :mrgreen:
     
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    2 and 5 are awesome
     
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    Nahhh photoshop makes bad photos look good.

    There would be no point of photography if everyone used photoshop.

    A real photographer can catch images with his/her skilled eye.

    Yes photo shop can make some photos look awesome but it's not for me. Photo shop makes things too easy, a good skilled photographer would not fix the photo but go back out in the cold and take another shot until you get it right and that's what I want to do when I get my tripod or I'll just go back out and try to keep my hand even more still because I like a challenge.
     

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