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14 Jun 2010 3:42PM
The light on those rocks is really good, very peaceful yet dramatic shot

Eli
ChrisStyles 12 387 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2010 3:59PM
Great reflections & lighting on the f/g rocks,
Chris.
Dennis_Bromage 13 45 20 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2010 4:01PM
I've never had a problem with central horizons to be honest, especially when there are reflections involved. Also if the main spike of the nab was on the third the area where it drops down on the left would be right on the edge of the frame which wouldn't work at all. Looks balanced and well thought out to me Smile

I guess I was stood under that patch of clear sky on the left horizon Tongue
Den
iansnowdon 11 7 2 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2010 4:21PM
My thought as well Dennis... I've had some teaching by some great landscape photographers and I was always told, not to worry about central horizons, as long as something like a building and in this case,the nab, extend into the top 3rd of the frame... Most importantly it has to look right... So subjective?
Quote:I've never had a problem with central horizons to be honest, especially when there are reflections involved. Also if the main spike of the nab was on the third the area where it drops down on the left would be right on the edge of the frame which wouldn't work at all. Looks balanced and well thought out to me

I guess I was stood under that patch of clear sky on the left horizon
Den

alighalam 11 1 Iran, Islamic Republic Of
14 Jun 2010 4:54PM
Beautiful sea/landscape image, very nice composition.
Ali
cassiecat 12 39 46 England
14 Jun 2010 5:34PM
beautifully done.lesley
martin.w Plus
18 602 25 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2010 7:50PM
Agree with Den, I tend to put the horizon wherever it suits the shot.....and would have found it difficult to have improved this image. Like the light touching the foreground rocks too Smile
colmar 13 42 35 Scotland
14 Jun 2010 8:11PM
wonderfully captured grand light and it all works for me Colin
jeronius 11 2 1 England
14 Jun 2010 8:34PM
I also am with the balance of the horizon being in the middle, having shot this the same day, the sky and reflections balance this out very well. Its all very subjective.
Jerry
dmhuynh72 12 44 3 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2010 2:57AM
superb light Iain.

I am quite keen to switch over to Nikon as I really like the 14-24mm lens, I think I will do that when Nikon brings out the D700x.

regards
Yung

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