Nice one and great light
If it's not a secret, I would really like to know how you create the distortion in your images. I like the effect and I had some photos in which I would have loved to experiment with this.
What distortion are you referring to?
That particular photo is actually the result of a technique I tried for the first time in Photoshop. When I stitched the photos together, the resulting image area had a slight U-shape to it as I must have angled the camera slightly between photos. To correct this, I used Photoshop's Lens Correction utility (Filter > Distort > Lens Correction). This allowed me to angle and distort the image as needed so I could crop it into a rectangular frame while preserving as much of the image area as possible. I also used this technique on the Red Shack photo.
is this original image or you done some saturation and stuff??
This is far from the original image. I took five photos panning from left to right, then stitched them together in Photoshop and adjusted contrast, sharpness, colors, vignetting, etc.
winner for me
Beautiful composition and saturation nice one
Nice shot! Cool coloured shack there.
Really nice shot! The contrast between that deep sky and the striking red wall looks great. Nice one!
you have such wonderful photos, is that an ef-s lens? do you use a circular polarizer?
Thanks. This was taken as five different shots with the Canon 18-55mm kit lens, then stitched together in Photoshop. I used a circular polarizer for this as well.
Wonderful shot mate