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Daymer Bay 2

By SarahJ
At the time I figured this was one way to get around the wonky horizon problem. Not sure if it works?

Tags: Landscape and travel Sunset beach cornwall

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SarahJ 13 38
17 Dec 2007 11:20PM
How could I have avoided the orange blob/line about a third up from the bottom, slightly to the right? Is it some sort of glare from the sun?

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AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
18 Dec 2007 12:33AM
The light you're seeing is a flare from you shooting directly into the sun.
I don't care for the wonky horizon line in this image - better to get it straight and crop your image afterwards. Sometimes shooting on an angle can be effective, I personally don't think so here.
Hope this helps a bit.
looboss 9 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
18 Dec 2007 1:29AM
The orange blob is easily cloned out in Photoshop, so are wonky horizons easy to fix. Smile
If you haven't got PS get Elements, for a starter and start doing some post shoot editing to clean up your images. It will help with the presentation.
tommythecat 10 149 2 United Kingdom
18 Dec 2007 12:29PM can also download google picasa for free, which is very easy to use and will let you straighten pictures. won't be much help for lens flare though!
SKavanagh 9 312 5 England
2 Jan 2008 11:23PM
This could be a very nice image with just a little work always worth experimenting tho
WelshKiwi 8 3.2k 2 Wales
14 Jan 2008 9:37AM
I too think this could work. Just not sure how to advise you but I see the others have, so give it a go ok.

Have fun, and I will be watching your work ok.

Lee Smile

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