It’s been a busy week. Today it’s back to England weather, but last week was gorgeous; my unprocessed photo folder overflows, a beautiful problem to have. This weekend included a walk with friends that went through a barley field:
This panorama, taken on my iPhone, originally looked like this:
The edited version was produced in Lightroom. In the crop tools there is an “angle” option which allows you to drag a line along what should be the straight horizon and then creates a crop from there. As with many edits, I sometimes think that I am gaining and losing. In this case, the edited photo is straighter. The original however, has a quirkiness to it that I kind of like. I’ll point out also that this photo is breaking one of the rules of photography. Generally it is considered bad form to include part of a person, you should either include the whole person or crop them out entirely. It’s a good rule, but I think there is a carefree feeling to this photo that allows that rule to be broken.
From that same walk is an Instagram photo that reminds me that flowers and insects form important friendships as well:
What is your thought on my panorama, is there a version you prefer? Can you believe that beautiful sky was in England this weekend? Feel free to leave a comment below.