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Sep 21, 2013 10:32 |  #1

As a newbie here, I'd appreciate any constructive criticisms you could send my way.
Thanks everyone.
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Sep 21, 2013 11:53 |  #2

Your verticals AND the horizon should be straightened (you will loose some on the right)....I also tied to pick up more exposure (whites) and heighten the pink in the sky....like this:

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Sep 21, 2013 12:27 as a reply to  @ Spike44's post |  #3

Kind of a cool image to play with...I loaded in Photoshop and used a couple different layers with layer masks. One layer was to bring out the reds, another lay to bring out the oranges and yellows, and another for blues using levels.


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Sep 21, 2013 12:28 |  #4

if u can move a little more towards the front of the walkway and get a slightly more straight so u see the legnth more,nice shot though


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Sep 21, 2013 12:29 |  #5

battleborn_nevada wrote in post #16314118 (external link)
Kind of a cool image to play with...I loaded in Photoshop and used a couple different layers with layer masks. One layer was to bring out the reds, another lay to bring out the oranges and yellows, and another for blues using levels.

nnice edit,looks great


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Sep 21, 2013 12:55 as a reply to  @ genesimmons's post |  #6

usually those of us who do landscapes we bracket the shots. it gives more flexibility when processing the picture such as doing hdr or digital blending.


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Sep 21, 2013 20:59 |  #7

Wow, thanks everyone for the great feedback. I see the difference it makes, when some of those ideas have been edited in. I really appreciate your time and sharing your knowledge with me.
Cheers, Barry.


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