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Dec 30, 2016 14:40 |  #1

The Red Castle. I finally managed to get the point of view that I had been after for a while.


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Dec 30, 2016 14:51 |  #2

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Very nice, although I might be tempted to clone out the lamp posts.


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Jan 03, 2017 15:24 |  #3

Thanks. I did clone one out that was really noticeable but I might try the rest too.


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Jan 16, 2017 21:07 |  #4

I agree get rid of the lamp posts, then spend some time toning down the trees in the foreground. I'd also do something to get rid of the roof line just right of the lamp posts. Find a way to add the mist to them. Then do something to pop the castle out of the hillside.


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