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14 May 2016 11:54PM
Stunning image..Lin

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fificat100 9 5 2 Scotland
15 May 2016 12:05AM
Absolutely ACE
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terryxc 7 7 England
15 May 2016 7:17AM
An absolutely stunning capture Brian...

Terry.
thank You all for your kind comments much appreciated
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2165 United Kingdom
15 May 2016 9:26AM
A vote for a beautiful scene, but this desperately needs rotating clockwise! Reflections drop straight down from the subject, whatever angle they are viewed from but there's a real tilt here... Hope you won't be offended by that, get this straight and it's a winner.
Any Comment is welcome mrswoolybill but on my screen it is straight down the same as the factory house tripod was level camera internal level was level strange its different on your screen .Never mind thanks for the advice
TanyaH Plus
17 1.3k 409 United Kingdom
16 May 2016 2:42PM
I don't know whether I go to the same specs shop as Moira, then, because I'm also seeing a slight tilt towards the left? I know that water can do some funny things with reflections, so what I'm perceiving may be an optical illusion - I don't know.

Having said that, it does beautifully show what can be photographed if you're willing to get up at the crack of dawn! That mist on the water is absolutely gorgeous Smile
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4093 Canada
16 May 2016 4:31PM
It will look exactly the same on every screen Brian.

Did you use the ruler tool in Photoshop to check alignment? Use a vertical, like the edge of that building to check. It indicated a 1.6 degrees clockwise rotation is required, which works perfectly. It looks amazing, so its worthwhile making this adjustment, the masts, the building on the right, and the level if the water all align perfectly with the rotation done.

Gorgeous light.

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dudler Plus
16 1.1k 1598 England
16 May 2016 8:58PM
It's a fantastic shot, and I have to agree with others - if a shot with reflections is straight, the reflections in the water align perfectly with the objects. The tall masts here are significantly to the left of the reflections.

Beautiful light, and that mist is perfect, and probably there and gone in minutes. Landscape demands excellent timing, as well as great patience!
dark_lord Plus
16 2.4k 630 England
16 May 2016 10:56PM
Beautifully captured Brian, though I have to agree about the tilt.
This another shot I took are the masts correct in this shot ? as the tripod was level the camera was showing level . Much appreciate any ones comments 200515_1463452854.jpg

TanyaH Plus
17 1.3k 409 United Kingdom
17 May 2016 10:21AM
Judging this purely by eye, I'd say yes Smile My brain doesn't start shouting "tilt!" at me, put it that way! And, if anything, I actually prefer that image to the one with the buildings in. That line of buoys are the perfect lead-in for me ... I can then sit back and simply enjoy the tranquility of the scene and beauty of that light!
dudler Plus
16 1.1k 1598 England
21 May 2016 9:16PM
As Tanya says, this looks right.

The real test is, in the editing software, to put a line with the crop tool next to the vertical. If they are parallel, it's true: if not, not.

For this, I'd drop the crop tool line down from the tip of the mast - and adjust if it doesn't also go through the tip of the reflection.
dark_lord Plus
16 2.4k 630 England
22 May 2016 9:06AM
That second shot is very appealing.

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