• #385
    Mark Gowin

    I was pretty upset to see that I missed the foreground focus on this photo. But, I like it anyway. It was a neat experience driving out to the lighthouse point. It's no wonder California cows are so happy (TV ad) – they have a heck of a view.

  • #392
    Mark Gowin

    I notice the horizon looks to be titled slightly. This must be an optical dillusion (spelling intentional) because I used a level. Tilted horizons are a pet peeve of mine.

    These days tilted horizons are all the rage in senior and wedding photography. It drives me nuts although I have tried it a time or two myself.

  • #395
    Mark Gowin

    Photo taken with 35mm and polarizer

  • #406
    Al Tanabe

    Mark Gowin;64 wrote: I notice the horizon looks to be titled slightly. This must be an optical dillusion (spelling intentional) because I used a level. Tilted horizons are a pet peeve of mine.

    These days tilted horizons are all the rage in senior and wedding photography. It drives me nuts although I have tried it a time or two myself.

    Mark,
    Tilted horizons are common in Marin County – home to many 60's Hippies who discovered capitalism 😎

  • #431
    woodyspedden

    Mark

    I am not sure the horizon is tilted although at first glance it looks that way.
    I think that the fog (always there somewhere in Northern California) is creating the illusion of tilt. If you look carefully at the extreme edges it appears to me that both extreme points are at the same level. JMHO

    Woody

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