Thread: low tide HDR
12-09-2012, 08:18 AM #1
12-10-2012, 08:17 AM #2dPS Forum Member
- Join Date
- Nov 2012
- Bangkok, Thailand
Interesting shot. Few tips if i may. Try a landsacpe version. Gives the viewer space the breath and will also be more eyepleasing. Its rather all cramped in a small frame in my opinion. Was it morning or afternoon when you got there? Would be great to have eithr sunrise or sunset colors. If not a black amd white conversion.
Just a few thoughts i know its not the critique section.
12-10-2012, 09:51 AM #3
Nice shot. If that's Wellington Harbour then it's a sunset shot I believe.
I like the colours and perspective in this and the HDR is not overdone.
It's a little hard to see the whole shot without scrolling though, perhaps try resizing as per the forum guidlines.
Thanks for sharing!LISA
Canon EOS 600D, 50mm, 18-55mm & 55-250 mm kit lens for the flash stuff.
Olympus Tough 8010, waterproof, shockproof compact P&S - great for the kids.
12-10-2012, 08:55 PM #4
@jonraho: I used a 35mm prime ( my 35mm week ) , so its a bit "limited" I do have the landscape shot but it didn't get the sunset and crop a bit of the pier on the right. I even tried it on a different angle but there was so much sunflares in the lens after the shot. Thanks for the tip though, I'll keep it in mind. just learning as I go.
@ngaihill: It's Petone beach and re-sized thanks for the reminder