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My first attempt at using hyperfocal distance and also my first upload
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Lovely image - well done.
Great first upload, the sky is fantastic, if I could vote I would
Excellent exposure but there are a few points I would like to make.
Firstly the horizon is not level,you can easily remedy this in PS or elements.Needs to be shifted to the right.
The foreground is a little cluttered.If you were able try to look for a leading angle in to the shot.I think this image would have been better if you had moved slightly to the right to give yourself a good lead in to the main body of rocks and this would also give you a natural line of the tide crashing against the rock formation.The colour and drama has been captured well.Good luck with your images and welcome to EPZ.
Excellent first posting.
I agree with Toffee and I also feel that it would have been nice to see more of that fabulous sky. From the hyperfocal perspective it looks fine but , being a small image it's not easy to see if everything is sharp.
Welcome aboard! I hope you enjoy yourself here
Stunning début ! Toffee has critiqued it well - welcome to EPZ - Regards JP
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