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The Groyne

By HarveySquires  
Hello everyone i hope You all had a great Christmas and a happy new year Grin I have been weighed down by my art coursework so I haven't been able to upload or comment so I will hopefully catch up. I got this landscape shot which is probably my fist decent attempt and my only decent shot I got at Milford on sea, I didn't just take the picture I took my time and choose the composition that i liked the best there was a few angles I could have done so i hope you like it Grin

Tags: Landscape Beach General Groyne Needles Hampshire Isle of white Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Milford

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4 Jan 2011 7:27PM
Excellent Captur well dune

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lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
4 Jan 2011 7:34PM
Well composed although the horizon is sloping
Graham-Mead 8 12 9 England
4 Jan 2011 7:56PM
Excellent comp Harvey.
OliPackwood 8 5 5 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2011 7:57PM
Great shot Harvey. The colours are great! The horizon is sloping slightly though, but it can be fixed very easily with an editor - which editor have you got?
Good image Harvey. I find horizons are difficult to get straight, especially where the sea is involved. Well done though.

KarenFB Plus
12 5.0k 171 England
4 Jan 2011 8:52PM
A beautiful scene - I like the way you've captured the waves coming in. Yes, the horizon is slightly tilted, but that is a minor niggle! Smile
pluckyfilly 11 351 33 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2011 9:05PM
agree with Karen about the horizon but a good shot otherwise
MrsS 11 4.5k 18 England
5 Jan 2011 8:22PM
I can't get my horizons straight either! Love the composition and the sheen on the water Smile

Fran x
DRicherby 9 269 725 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2011 2:49PM
A useful tip for getting horizons and verticals straight is to line things up against the autofocus points. Their pattern contains plenty of horizontal and vertical lines that you can line up against the horizon or the edge of a building and then pan the camera to get the composition you want. With a bit of practice, it comes almost automatically.
enricopardo 6 5 2 United States
23 Oct 2011 10:39PM
Beautiful perspective.


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