Horizon Problems

Posted by Robert D. Burr (Kingston, Ontario, Canada) on 30 August 2016 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Hmmm....someone told me that my horizon isn't straight.....could this be possible? Happy S/T

As a photographer I enjoy your positive comments about my photographs however, what I would really appreciate is your helpful thoughtful critiques. It is only through your eyes I will learn to work better. I wish I could respond to all your wonderful comments but I may not be able to respond to every one due to time consumption....which I would prefer to use looking at your images but I do read them all and enjoy them. Thank you......Dennis

En tant que photographe, je profiter de vos commentaires positifs au sujet cependant mes photographies, ce que je voudrais vraiment l'apprécier est vos critiques réfléchies utiles. Il est seulement à travers vos yeux, je vais apprendre à mieux travailler. Je voudrais pouvoir répondre à tous vos merveilleux commentaires mais je ne peux pas être en mesure de répondre à tout le monde en raison de la consommation de temps .... que je préfère utiliser regardant vos images mais je ne les lire tous et d'en profiter. Merci ...... Den

Le Krop from Charenton-le-Pont, France

Joli !

30 Aug 2016 6:33am

Dany Hèm-Kervran from Morillon, France

Great composition and stunning effect : bravo !

30 Aug 2016 6:39am

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

Funny effect, happy ST ! :-)

30 Aug 2016 7:49am

Frances from Boston, United States

Great image and treatment. Happy ST.

30 Aug 2016 10:43am

Michael Skorulski from Toronto, Canada

Wonderful processing. A great idea.

30 Aug 2016 12:36pm


Nikon D80
1/200 second
ISO 100
39 mm (35mm equiv.)

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