“Horizons in general. You are the artist and photographer. You can play with your camera to get a slightly different view with changing where your horizon is in your photo. Horizons go hand in hand with the Rule of Thirds which we will cover in later challenges. Depending on where your horizon is, you guide your viewers to what you want to show off in your photo.” CEE’s Compose Yourself
Gate with many Horizontal lines lead your eye into Lake Merritt’s Bonsai Garden. The off kilter Kaiser building reminds us we are in an Urban environment. I used a painterly app to enhance the artistic feel of the garden,
Horizontal lines divide the page in thirds so sail boat in the middle isn’t too symmetrically boring.
It is so hard to keep everything straight when the shoreline and horizon don’t match
I use the iPhone’s crop feature which automatically tries to straighten the image which often ends up way off the mark for my eye, then I have the option to set it myself.
What’s on your horizon these days?