Old Lobster Crate and Rotted Docks Off Gouldsboro Maine.
So here's a one where I had to modify the scene a little bit to make the picture that I wanted to make. When I first looked at this scene the only difference was that there was a large pane of broken plexiglass where the old lobster crate is now. The plexi was making a lame reflection of something bright and it didn't take me but a second to decide to physically photoshop it right on out of there and put it behind me and when I did the huge pile of old HHH lobster crates right behind me caught my eye and I picked the most available interesting looking one to take plexi's place. Some people don't believe in this kind of practice of modifying a scene to better suit the image, and usually I wont because the images I make most often have big, attached-to-the-Earth features that you can't move even if you wanted to! But I'm not averse to manipulating a piece of driftwood to make a different feeling picture or removing an empty beer can etc. Any thoughts>? What do you do?
Have a good one! -Nate!