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A picture of a boat. We were with a dive group and boats were driving too close to the dive site so I took pictures of the boats so we can see the license number and turn it over to the police department. I love when my camera has a use in life I'll have to upload it later, I have to run
Here it is. It's not really good though. Of course the dingbat had black letters on his blue boat (totally illegal) so I couldn't make them out. Just the TX.
Here's a question for the pro's. You'll notice that the horizon (trees) is straight but it looks weird because of the water not being straight. I took this pic without thinking, I tried to just catch the guy but in this situation what do I try to line up, the water or the skyline. I take a lot of pictures that are like this since I photograph for a local dive club and I often can't zoom in to edit the tree line. SHould I just try and get a good balance from both?