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    Cape Leveque - Landscape

    This was one of our coastal treats in West Australia. We didnt have the luxury of staying here to capture the best light but I stitched this one to do my best. C&C always welcome.
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    Re: Cape Leveque - Landscape

    You could start by getting the horizon level - the cloud layers seem straight, so you may want to try Filter/Distort/Lens Correction and try the Distortion slider. Also,get rid of the white sliver at top right (clone sky into it..) and the rock in the lower left corner. Personally, I would cut off some of the sky and the sand at the bottom..

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    Re: Cape Leveque - Landscape

    Quote Originally Posted by lenelg View Post
    You could start by getting the horizon level - the cloud layers seem straight, so you may want to try Filter/Distort/Lens Correction and try the Distortion slider. Also,get rid of the white sliver at top right (clone sky into it..) and the rock in the lower left corner. Personally, I would cut off some of the sky and the sand at the bottom..
    Thanks Lenart, I didnt even notice the white silver on the right. I will have another crop and check the horizon.

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    Re: Cape Leveque - Landscape

    I hope this is better.
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    Re: Cape Leveque - Landscape

    Sometimes, Wayne, it can be difficult to work out what is actually level.

    I had a case today with a bridge that actually sloped from one side to the other. The only way to get a level was to work with the waterline under the arches.

    Your second image works well.

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    Re: Cape Leveque - Landscape

    The second one is much better and the wide screen format really works.

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    Re: Cape Leveque - Landscape

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    Sometimes, Wayne, it can be difficult to work out what is actually level.

    I had a case today with a bridge that actually sloped from one side to the other. The only way to get a level was to work with the waterline under the arches.

    Your second image works well.
    Thanks Geoff, this one is judged by the ocean as it is the flat horizon rather than the shore which is not. It is a lot clearer as the original had issues with the stitch (four photos).

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