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A composite image, where the original sky
was just too bland not to replace it with
something a little more dramatic. As long as
the sun could have been in that position (ie
we're not looking north here!) I have no
qualms about 'improving' such pictures. If
the great landscape photographer Ansel
Adams could fiddle with his work in the
darkroom ("You don't take a picture, you
make it"), that's all the encouragement I
need. However, I think the composition here
would have been stronger without the
concrete breakwater - or whatever it is - in
the foreground, so next time a little trespass
may be called for...
A composite image, where the original sky was just too bland not to replace it with
something a little more dramatic. As long as the sun could have been in that position (ie
we're not looking north here!) I have no qualms about 'improving' such pictures. If the
great landscape photographer Ansel Adams could fiddle with his work in the darkroom
("You don't take a picture, you make it"), that's all the encouragement I need. However, I
think the composition here would have been stronger without the concrete breakwater -
or whatever it is - in the foreground, so next time a little trespass may be called for...
A composite image, where the original sky
was just too bland not to replace it with
something a little more dramatic. As long as
the sun could have been in that position (ie
we're not looking north here!) I have no
qualms about 'improving' such pictures. If
the great landscape photographer Ansel
Adams could fiddle with his work in the
darkroom ("You don't take a picture, you
make it"), that's all the encouragement I
need. However, I think the composition here
would have been stronger without the
concrete breakwater - or whatever it is - in
the foreground, so next time a little trespass
may be called for...

Orwell Bridge and sky


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A composite image, where the original sky was just too bland not to replace it with something a little more dramatic.  As long as the sun could have been in that position (ie we're not looking north here!) I have no qualms about 'improving' such pictures.  If the great landscape photographer Ansel Adams could fiddle with his work in the darkroom ("You don't take a picture, you make it"), that's all the encouragement I need. However, I think the composition here would have been stronger without the concrete breakwater - or whatever it is - in the foreground, so next time a little trespass may be called for...   
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