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Different Slant On Kitesurfing.

Postby Wind » Fri Oct 16, 2015 11:36 am

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Looking for some feedback on this image. Level horizons are my preferred layout. Have been forced to tilt the camera when wanting to capture the Kite in Kite Surfing shots. Not noticeable with sky backdrop but as in this image and the subject being 25m from rider to kite and having the hill and beach behind it's hard.
Not exactly easy to place a rider where you want them.

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Re: Different Slant On Kitesurfing.

Postby TomCofer » Fri Oct 16, 2015 1:34 pm

Photography is about compromises sometimes. To get the shot or tell the story, you're not always able to get the crop, angle, or composition that you'd like. I think you did well here with the limitations that you had.
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