That's sort of funny as the image is only 6 inches high on my monitor. So, yeah, just cut off the bridge :-)
I think I'd crop a bit off the bottom, just a couple inches.
I like it as-is if that matters. (Edit - oh, is this the cropped version just above? If so, where's the original?)
I didn't notice the blue fringe, but lightening the shadows makes a huge difference. Nicely done!
Hey there I am new to the SF Bay area, and one night while exploring (with my camera and tripod in the car, of course) I came across this lovely night scene in Santa Cruz.
The photo here is straight from the camera; no processing or cropping. It was converted from RAW to jpeg by a flickr upload plug-in for Aperture.
Comments and advice, please.
originally shot RAW
Here's my flickr set including this shot, and a few others: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cirmine...7600529594570/
Welcome to the forums, and to the Bay Area! Both are great. I really like the juxtaposition between the white light of the moon & its reflection anf the yellow light of the street lights.
Originally Posted by amorphic8
i really like the picture of the fishing spot in sweeden!
I don't think I've posted this one before but if I have then really sorry for clogging up the thread and have you see it again. So anyways, to get this I had to climb up some big ass rocks with a bunch of barnacles on them barefooted. For sure well worth it though.
Shutter Speed: 10/39 second
F Number: F/7.4
Focal Length: 68 mm
ISO Speed: 50
Date Picture Taken: Mar 29, 2007, 6:25:54 PM
Definitely worth it! When in doubt, ALWAYS risk your neck for the shot!! lol
Seriously though, that is a beautiful shot. Someday, I'll get ocean shots ....
dont know where to post this...