For xtoph and fad
Actually, Hulamike, when I look at this shot the horizon looks crooked. I assume that that's the ocean horizon I'm seeing and not a second layer of smooth clouds. For us "older" photographers, horizons should be straight. For younger photographers who relish shooting with one hand and seldom get the shot straight, it doesn't matter. Once again, as in many things in life, 50% will like crooked horizons and 50% won't. Sort of like the Bizarro Superman effect ( look it up if you're too young or never read superman comic books ).
P.S. I like some of your photos!!
|Fascia walkie talkie building London by ian herridge|
from Abstract Architecture
|Global Reach by cjf2|