somewhere along the PCH
the first photo i was actually trying to go for more of an artistic photo. i think it shows a cold solitude type of look. the second one i think looks pretty good? i didn't P&P either one, ok i had to straighten the horizon on the second one before Don got me:D any C&C would be great. once again i was using the A100 w/ tamron 17-50
Second one is very nice. Seems like it would be an excellent candidate for HDR. What direction is it facing? Any good sunrise/sunset here?
Well, that first one needs some leveling, too. :o
- Bring the image in at 16.7 or 25%, to have some working room around it.
- Select ALL
- Move the entire image up frame until the horizon of the image is near the top edge.
- Use the corner grab points to rotate the image until the horizon is parallel with the top edge.
- Drag the image back into the frame
- Resize or save as necessary.
Before posting ... as a courtesy to all us schmoes ... take moment.
Be kind, before I go blind! :rolleyes:
You're right, though. Proper exposure (EV) level and White Balance (WB) reveals too much of the
foreground and cliff-faces. It all depends on your subject? What was that in this shot? :)
The second one was quite nice and would require little correction.
dr4gon, this was facing north along the PCH,about 10a.m. as far as the sunrise/sunset, i'm not sure this was shot during my coast ride.
Don there was really no subject, i guess going for more of a landscape shot. i was trying more for a mood, of how it might makes one feel, if that makes since? guess i didn't pull that off to well.
Scotts heres a few comments, please remember I am new and don't know what the hell I'm doing half the time LOL! The second shot is well done, again a CPL would really makes things 'pop' in that shot. The first one I think I know what your going for, what feel your looking for. a bit of fine tunning, the bright areas in the clouds kind of blows out the pic, and draws your eye to it. maybe a longer lens shooting somewhere around135 to 200mm would give the image a bit more distance / depth and capture the 'vastness' of the shoot? just me guessing here, please correct me if I am wrong, don't want to pass on incorrect info.
thanks for the comments seanhoxx.