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  #234 Dutch Angle
Entry 11 of 16
   
 
A sinking sun       ©2020 breadmaker
Panasonic DMC-FZ72       11th place, 57 points
1/500s, f5.1, ISO 200, 123mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: adjusted levels
increased contrast
curve adjustment
      Extra Info: Not sure that I have got to grips with the concept of the Dutch Angle and Covid-19 conditions restricted my access to many places I should liked to have visited to get a shot. In the event this was taken through the glass of my lounge window.
 
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mrsawyer
Aug 31, 2020
    Interesting feeling looking at this scene. Not sure if Dutch Angle helps here, though.

Mepo
Aug 31, 2020
    I don't envy you with the restrictions on movement. I honestly believe this is one shot that should not be tilted. Looks like a beautiful sunset. I hope you took another on the level.

Maike13
Aug 31, 2020
    I like this one a lot. To me the dutch angle plus the way all the branches of the tree are on one side create a sense of great turbulence. Maybe it's because Hurricane Laura just passed by, narrowly missing us :-). A reminder that nature is not always beautiful, peaceful sunsets.

babysister
Aug 30, 2020
    I know your problem but your title helps to put this one in my picks.

jomari
Aug 30, 2020
    The restrictions are certainly hindering our photography aspirations,. Anyway you have met the challenge and the sunset is very appealing. I like the crepuscular rays. In my tt.

aoc46
Aug 30, 2020
    Nice sunset colors, but I can't see much rationale for the Dutch Angle, other that to suit the Challenge theme.

ysal
Aug 29, 2020
    The tree's odd shape gives this a sense that the sun's rays are blowing it over.

Lo
Aug 29, 2020
    I rather like the way the sunset angles toward the tree, and the tree boughs lead off to the right

Jade O.
Aug 29, 2020
    I'm adverse to standard sunset shots and even more tilted ones. The sky and clouds are great and they seem to be the subject in which case I would get rid of the tree. Or, better, make the tree the subject and give it center position.

kerszkavet
Aug 28, 2020
    A great view and an impressive sunset - not sure it benefits much from the tilted horizon, but the tree on the right is impressive.

forkcandles
Aug 27, 2020
    some great shots are taken within500 yards of where you live. I also have restricted travel
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