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Port Isaac

By Sophie95
Was walking with family around Port Isaac where i captured this lovely shot, balances out the blue sea with the rock face and green grass Smile

Tags: Rocks Sea Coast Landscape and travel

Voters: netta1234, Kim Walton, NaturesHaven and 2 more


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10 Jun 2012 8:57PM
all the water has leaked out of the right hand side of the frame on my screen TongueWink
Mike

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10 Jun 2012 9:17PM
So would you suggest a crop? Smile

Sophie
netta1234 Plus
4 310 2 Wales
10 Jun 2012 9:37PM
Welcome to EPZ Sophie,it's a good site to learn.I have only joined a few month ago and have learn a lot from the tips and comments off other members.
I really like your photo today Sophie,but I am sure what Mike means in his comment is that your horizon is not level,I have had many comment about that myself as I have trouble to see things straight.Keep on sending them in.Smile
Netta Smile
Kim Walton 12 145 30 United Kingdom
10 Jun 2012 10:05PM
Hi Sophie


If you use a piece of paper ,put the oneside on left edge and the right angle across the horizon.This will show you that it needs adjusting.
This is done in software ,you normally select the whole image (ctrl A or command A ) You then transform or scew the image (pull the corners out and up or down) until you get the horizon straight.Once the horizon is level you then crop to the shape required.
There are other ways but this one works in most software packages.
Hope this helps
Kim
11 Jun 2012 4:46PM
Hi all thanks for your comments, I see what Mike is saying now and it was generally supposed to be at an angle, but i can see how it doesn't look right, i will take your comments on board.

Thanks
Sophie
msa01uk 14 United Kingdom
11 Jun 2012 9:31PM
No od not crop it learn from it.
well done on your first attempt you well get better.
Malcolm

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