Early morning Sunshine on Anglezarke, Lancashire

What technical feedback would you like if any?

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What artistic feedback would you like if any?

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Two images, one of the sky and one of the land, combined using PS.

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Hi Martin,

Lovely warm light in this scene. I can see why you took a shot.

Is it an optical illusion or is there lens distortion making the horizon appear slanted as well as the fence post? Maybe some warping to straighten things up would help

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Awesome mood was generated with the warm light, I think a little detail is that the fence is just too close to the border of the frame. Very nice shot.

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What wonderful light. It’s a Turner sky. Great job on the blend as the sky looks very natural with the land.

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Thanks Nathan. I did struggle with the horizon.
I was sure I had it level in camera at the time I took the photo but when I looked at it on the computer it looked wrong. I compensated by rotating the image slightly which then moved the fence post out. I didn’t think about warping but it’s a great suggestion.
I’ve made a note to check the horizon again next time I’m up there. I may have had it right in the first place and there is an optical illusion.

Thanks Jorge. I was a bit constrained with where I set the tripod up as there was a drop to the left hand side, but I see what you mean and when I return up there I’ll try another shot a bit further back to move the fence further across.

Thank you Igor. It was a bit of an unusual horizon which may have help me with the blend of the two photos. Thank you for the feedback.