This post is being linked to Cee's blog hop that is not only a challenge for the participants, but also an opportunity to learn more about taking better photos. This week's challenge and lesson is about horizontal lines and horizons. Click on CYC: Week #6 Horizontal Lines and Horizons to see more about this challenge.
I use Photos on my Mac to crop photos and straighten when needed. The camera I used to take all the photos, except for the desert photo was my old Canon Power Shot G6. The desert photo was taken with a Nikon D80.
|Cropped to move the clouds and straightened the horizons|
|Original (looked okay without editing)|
|Original (taken at Enchanted Forest in Oregon)|
|Cropped out the bottom portion of the photo|
|Straightened so the pole wasn't tilted which also cropped the photo slightly|
|Straightened the horizon which also cropped the photo slightly|