C&C - Lowest Point on Earth - Dead Sea HDR

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    All comments and criticism welcome, first HDR :)

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    Anyone?? :D
     
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    I quite like it, but the horizon is very off, so try fixing that and repost :)
     
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    Ok thanks, ill see what i can do with it. in the meantime, any other comments and criticisms?
     
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    I like it. How many shots did you take?
     
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    I think the exposure can be a little more, brighter I mean.
     
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    @Bynx

    I took three shots, one at -2 one at 0 and another at +@2 :)

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    And I'm working on the horizon, ill see how much more exposure it can handle as well.
     
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    comp wise might of rotated left to include more leading line path / shore and more of the huge clouds.
     
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    Thanks guys, I've recently been getting comments that i have a HUGE watermark, so i made it a bit smaller. is it good now?
     
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    Watermark seems fine to me, it's a decent size and in the right place ( doesn't take away from the shot).
     
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    As noted I would level the horizon.
    The rocky shore seems too dark to me. Perhaps using one of the more exposed photos and brushing it in with photoshop layers would lighten it.
    The first post on the right and left in the foreground grab my eye too much as they are so dominant. Perhaps use the healing brush in photoshop to take out these two posts.
    Also what is that dark vertical panel in the mid foreground?
     

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