Day’s End In Matuod

Day's End In Matuod

I wanted to try something different from the usual “misty-water-on-rocks” look. Absolutely nothing wrong with that effect. Just that I’ve seen too much of it and the guys down in my neck of the woods who conduct photography workshops seem to adore that style of seascape photography. I made a mistake with this image. Two actually. I didn’t remove them to remind myself how stupid I am. Can you see them?

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3 thoughts on “Day’s End In Matuod

  1. I love what you did on this image. It’s definitely unique. Now, you mentioned you made 2 mistakes, but I’ve been staring at it for a long time and really cannot figure it out, but then again, maybe I just don’t have a trained eye. These are the two things that I’ve noticed and please correct me if I’m wrong: (1)the light that is hitting the rocks on the left side, seems a little out of place since the sun is at the center. (2) the band of thin cloud above the sun is a bit distracting. Now, you’re turn šŸ™‚

  2. HI Gracie. Thank you for the kind words. Really appreciate them. The mistakes are really stupid ones and not of the technical sort. My cigarette butt and tripod leg can be seen in the lower left corner šŸ™‚ I was rushing to shoot this as I wanted the timing to be perfect so I just lay my cigarette on the ground and the angle of coverage of my fisheye lens still managed to get it. Same with the tripod leg. I can crop or use Photoshop’s Content Aware fill to edit them out but like I said, I leave it as a reminder of how careless one can get. Moral of the story? Quit smoking? Hahaha!

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