Understanding that you want capture the beautiful sky, but you need to include more land inside....now it is just a plain colourful sky with a few stick poking up on the right. You need something to anchor down the scene.
The bend on left is too tight for my liking, either show more to the viewer that it is a bend to create a line, or to pan to the right to exclude it.
Same with the two tankers on the right......include it fully or just exclude it....not halfway.
Last edited by Sion; 7th January 2011 at 04:58 PM.
Yes. Which is fine if you wish to do so. Also you should know that small CPU mood inside out so you can at least move it in right direction. As Leong say photography is about expression among many other things.Originally Posted by Leong23
Photoshop can be purchased at student price. Not very cheap but much better than full version. Also can use after you no longer student. Just not for commercial purposes.
GIMP is an alternative. FOC but slightly less user friendly.
It a nice sky.Originally Posted by crystal1993
Like Leong say there is a blatant lack of anchor. Personally I prefer to just leave out all the things scattered all over the ppicture. I'm not sure where you are shooting from but if you must have something you can look for thing that will have sufficient weight, ie take up more substantial space. Example is great rock structure or high rise building.
Alternatively here as the sky is really quite nice you could consider doing an abstract using the cloud patterns. It will be colorful.