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Casting His Net Upon the Waters

Antonio Correia

Well-known member
Yes, a nice shot !
The horizon is not tilted as happens so often in this kind of images...
I am only sorry that the sea (or river), is a bit overexposed, but looking at the conditions it is just fine.
Did you use any filter, Chris ?
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Yes, a nice shot !
The horizon is not tilted as happens so often in this kind of images...
I am only sorry that the sea (or river), is a bit overexposed, but looking at the conditions it is just fine.
Did you use any filter, Chris ?
The oblique line of the tops of the wood poles, (remains of a long collapsed dock), might give the illusion that the horizon is tilted. However it’s actually spot on horizontal!

Asher
 

Chris Calohan

Well-known member
No filters. Late, late in the afternoon just before sunset. The net is weighted with small chains so that it can carry a goodly distance. The overexposure is worse in the translation from a RAW file to a jpeg...such is life.
 
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