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It has been such a long time since my last upload. Really neat little windmill (no sails unfortunately) in Somerset.
Image slightly cropped to give stronger lead in lines and use the fence a little better - fiddled around trying to make the mill look a little more upright but failed.
Hope you like it.
wonderful light brilliant colours love the pov a cracker nice one
Quote: fiddled around trying to make the mill look a little more upright but failed.
This is really pretty good!
I like the composition, the coulours are good and as you say, the lead in lines work well.
You can straighten it quite easily using the "transform" and "distort" tools as if you were correcting converging verticals.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the suggestion (don't seem to have transform on PSP) but did have a go with distort.
What a super sky, very nice capture........Sandy
Excellent, well done...............Martin
Excellent image and colour.Well done..Lin
Great colours and pov Rob
The slope is on the hillside and fence, not the Mill so you got a great pic here.
Love it Love the colour, the sharpness and the composition.
Very good POV Robert.
Excellent clarity and details captured here
The main subject is tucked away in the right third and makes it a difficult shot to view.
It must be said that art is in the eye of the beholder.
The tilt looks good to me.Lovely image. Fence and shadows are great.Kate
Nice, bright, well composed windmill shot - I like it!
Super composition & lovely colour palette.. Very well done
To my eye your windmill is ok as is but you might find shiftn useful (freebie) I use it sometimes for straightening verticals, love the picture - currently E2 featured photo
That sure is a beauty of an image, nice comp, Peter..
What a beautiful coloured image, and wonderful shadows with great detail, great photography,
I do like your composition with the strong lead in lines from fence and it's shadow.
I took the liberty of downloading your image and in Elements 6 I was able to straighten the windmill without causing any other obvious distortions........using Filter - Correct Camera Distortions.
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