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Jan 10, 2017 09:45 |  #1

We were not there at the best time of day for light, but had to work with what light there was. I did like the lighter stones in the front of the gray ones.
Thanks for looking.

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Jan 10, 2017 10:41 |  #2

If you had a shot where the lighter-toned rocks were at the very front of your foreground, I think that would have been a decent image. This image, IMO, has too much 'nothing' in the foreground...


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Jan 10, 2017 11:02 |  #3

KoalaCowboy wrote in post #18239887 (external link)
If you had a shot where the lighter-toned rocks were at the very front of your foreground, I think that would have been a decent image. This image, IMO, has too much 'nothing' in the foreground...

I rather like the plants in the foreground but agree it would have been better if the shot had given them more prominence by having the camera positioned lower.


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Jan 10, 2017 20:30 as a reply to  @ FPP's post |  #4

Thanks for your critique. That is the only way I can improve.




  
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