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Home on the Hill

By mlseawell    
Sunrise between Oberstaufenbach and NeunKirchen

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Landscape low light nature

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W1ldside 6 29 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2010 7:21AM
Immense Interest and adequate lighting makes for a terrific Vista...
Rick

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davey_griffo 7 213 165 England
15 Jul 2010 7:30AM
A very nice shot, & the colours in the sky are lovely.

Looking at the horizon, it is level. However, I suspect it actually went up hill right to left, as the building is leaning left. I'd use the sides of the building as your guide to straighten the shot. See my mod.

Edit.
When I actually tried it, it wasn't that simple. Rotating the frame made the wind turbines lean. What I ended up doing was going into free transform mode, grabbing the 2 top corner handles, & moving them out until it looked straight. I used a grid (ctrl-') as a guide.
paulbroad 8 108 1009 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2010 7:34AM
Not sure if the building is leaning, or you were, but I would have straightened it. A decent image, but the strongest part is the brighter area with turbines, and that is right on an edge - better part way into the frame.

Paul
mlseawell 6 1 United States
15 Jul 2010 7:40AM
The mod from Davey_griffo is on the right track I believe. More mods welcome!
Sooty_1 5 1.5k 219 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2010 8:57AM
I think it would have been better if you could have separated the building from the tree. I also think that in this instance, the wind turbines add nothing to the picture. They are too small and marginalised to really impact the scene.

Nick

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