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Tag Archives: horizon
This is a pretty basic point, really – but I see the same mistakes made over and over by hobbyist photographers. In my experience, virtually every photo you take that has a prominent horizon in it will require some correction … Continue reading
I’ve posted before about how you can take panoramic photos these days without one of those fancy panoramic cameras. Given the resolution of cameras these days, you can just take a slice from an ordinary photo of the horizon or … Continue reading
This morning when I woke up, the moon appeared full and orange in the sky just above the horizon. Here are a couple of shots of it.