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Jun 25, 2011 02:40 as a reply to  @ post 12652765 |  #16

I like the idea and photo. Reminds me of the days camping.:)


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Jun 25, 2011 10:09 |  #17

I generally like this. I would crop off some of the lower portion and maybe add a little saturation to the sky colors. Another option would be to convert it to B&W.


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Jun 25, 2011 11:01 |  #18

Like it. The picture shows the morning after a days hard work. Been there, done that many times.
Instead of cropping the bottom, clone out the top of the fence post and a few of the twigs.


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Jun 30, 2011 20:32 |  #19

My go at edit:

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Jun 30, 2011 20:33 |  #20

the edge is a bit sharp, I should have feathered the edges and refined them more, but was a rush job just to give an idea:)




  
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Jul 01, 2011 08:00 |  #21

I think there's a confusion of whether the subject is the trailers or the misty setting. If it's the trailers then the rule of thirds would help. If it's the misty setting then get the trailers either out of the shot or make them a much smaller part of the shot, and show more sky.


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Jul 01, 2011 17:11 |  #22

I agree with needing more rule of thirds - crop it to just underneath the trailers i reckon. Also the contrast and colours are a bit bland - all looks a bit washed out.

The mist is cool though, definitely got a lot of potential.


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Jul 01, 2011 20:30 |  #23

It is good. If this were my own image, I would have spent more time preserving the sky... but you get the vibe.

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Jul 02, 2011 16:43 |  #24

I agree with those who have suggested cropping the lower part of the image which, incidentally, I like for its atmosphere.

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Jul 02, 2011 16:49 |  #25

honestly it's boring...not saying there's not a shot there but your comp needs some work... it's soft too...nothing wrong wih PP the image also...


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