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At the time I figured this was one way to get around the wonky horizon problem. Not sure if it works?
How could I have avoided the orange blob/line about a third up from the bottom, slightly to the right? Is it some sort of glare from the sun?
The light you're seeing is a flare from you shooting directly into the sun.
I don't care for the wonky horizon line in this image - better to get it straight and crop your image afterwards. Sometimes shooting on an angle can be effective, I personally don't think so here.
Hope this helps a bit.
The orange blob is easily cloned out in Photoshop, so are wonky horizons easy to fix.
If you haven't got PS get Elements, for a starter and start doing some post shoot editing to clean up your images. It will help with the presentation.
..you can also download google picasa for free, which is very easy to use and will let you straighten pictures. won't be much help for lens flare though!
This could be a very nice image with just a little work always worth experimenting tho
I too think this could work. Just not sure how to advise you but I see the others have, so give it a go ok.
Have fun, and I will be watching your work ok.
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