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    Looking at this now...

    Horizon is not level and it might be a bit dark.
     
  3. Kodiak Qc

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    Nothing suggests that conclusion, Doug.
    It may well be an artistic intent decision…

    I have not witness the scene so I would not know and, even if I did,
    you still have the right to express it your way.

    One observation though…
    Too many objects in the FG are off and that affects the viewing pleasure.
     
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    Re: the artistic intent, it's his photograph

    I would agree the vignette is a little over done (for me) and that the OOF areas in the foreground are distracting.
     
    Last edited: Jun 12, 2018
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    I've started to really like these shallow depth of field landscapes. This one work for me.
     
  6. huffy

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    I do like the idea of the swallow depth of field but I wonder if the focus point needs to be a little closer so the crop heads in the foreground are in focus. I have tried doing similar with bluebells and ended picking shots with a sharper foreground. The panoramic style of framing does work in my opinion.
     

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