I like your composition and you have retained detail in the sky nicely. I also think mono suits the scene.
One thing I would point out is your horizon is leaning to the right slightly. Of course this is easily fixed in post processing.
Thank you for posting it. :-)
Thank you for your comment, very much appreciated. As for the horizon, it's really bothering me. I had a few people comment on it not being straight. I did use the in camera spirit level and with the crop tool it also appears to be straight. However there is a hill line behind the water line that is sloping towards the right. Could that be the reason the horizon seems to be leaning. And if that is the case would it be better to disregard the hill and straighten the horizon to the water line?
My first thought was that the hill was giving me an optical illusion and when that's the case it is in my opinion best to stay true to the straight horizon but it is still slightly lower on the right.
I also use my horizon indicator in camera and still find sometimes my image is slightly off.
In post I always view the image at 100% and 200% and align to either the grid or top of the screen to check the horizon.
Hope this helps. :-)
Thank you Mark!!!!!!!!!!
My pleasure :-)
@Mark Andreas Jones
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