gldiana wrote:I'm thinking the same, the curvature of the horizon is not detrimental to the quality of the image in my opinion.
I really like this photo, composition and all, it's kinda my style.
Bonish Photo wrote:I like the photo, crooked horizon and all
I'm thinking it would be hard to straighten that horizon because its more than likely caused by the curvature from the super wide lens
GORIO wrote:aren't you guys bothered with the branches of trees on the right part? a lot seems to be distracted by that one.
Bonish Photo wrote:GORIO wrote:aren't you guys bothered with the branches of trees on the right part? a lot seems to be distracted by that one.
To be honest, the image has so much in it that is keeping my eye distracted, I never even noticed the branches till you pointed them out. Now that you've pointed them out, I highly doubt I'll be able to sleep tonight until you clone them out of the image
Please take care of this so I can get some rest
Pokie wrote:I'm not exactly sure how to say it, but to me this is a very nicely "balanced" photo.
The two moss covered rocks balance the darker rock that is in the water, which in turn seems to balance the rocks which are further up the beach.
The gravel balances the water.
The section below the horizon seems to anchor the sky...
I do like the removal of the branches.
The composition draws my eye through the picture without having to jump around from feature to feature.
I caught myself looking through the photo following an S curve starting at the bottom and leading through the picture smoothly.
Good composition, good capture.
Now about that dreadful curve...can barely see it - I'll pretend it's the curvature of the earth.
oTTer wrote:when I think of a 'crooked horizon' in a photo it isn't the curvature like you have, it's that the camera was held at a wrong angle. I don't see anything amiss with this, and I too am thrilled that you got rid of the branches. I couldn't figure out why I wasn't sleeping last night, and today I find out it's you Where did you take this? It's lovely.
Graham Owen wrote:Such a beautiful image, the earth, sea and sky, all beautiful.
wfeller wrote:Very, very nice. Just tilting the image to cw and cropping will minimize the branches, then either clone or crop them out.
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