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Oct 01, 2012 21:25 |  #1

Here is a photo of a lighthouse in OBX NC. It's called Bodie island lighthouse, it's one of the favorite lighthouses that i like in OBX. I did some PP in PS lightroom 4, i am really proud of it tell me what you all think. Comments and tips are welcomed :)


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Oct 01, 2012 22:12 |  #2

Nice dark moody shot. Nice work. The sky is awesome. Could try croping the shot in a bit tighter. Maybe crop out some of the grass in the foreground. Just a thought.


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Oct 01, 2012 22:17 |  #3

awesome shot....Ive been there quite a few times...the banks are one of my fav spots. Only thing id do is straighten the tower a bit...appears to be leaning to the right a tad. And I also agree that cropping the foreground a bit would be beter...


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Oct 02, 2012 07:05 |  #4

nutbolt wrote in post #15067784 (external link)
awesome shot....Ive been there quite a few times...the banks are one of my fav spots. Only thing id do is straighten the tower a bit...appears to be leaning to the right a tad. And I also agree that cropping the foreground a bit would be beter...

Yeah the banks is a nice place to go, i just been there this past august not a good time to go to the beach, and plus bodie was closed due to maintenance, i was so disappointed, this is a photo i took of it a few years ago. Anyways thank you for the comment, it was abit hard focusing and trying to get the frame straight. But i will work on that


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Oct 02, 2012 07:07 |  #5

MichSt wrote in post #15067762 (external link)
Nice dark moody shot. Nice work. The sky is awesome. Could try croping the shot in a bit tighter. Maybe crop out some of the grass in the foreground. Just a thought.

Thanks so much, the sky was blown out before i done my PP it's hard to believe how much detail you can lose, but PS lightroom brought it back :) And yeah i could crop it abit


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Oct 02, 2012 08:03 as a reply to  @ Silverwolfpup's post |  #6

Here is my pic again cropped and aligned. C&C are welcomed


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