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Dec 01, 2006 07:15 |  #1

Getting the composition right is the hardest part of photography for me so far. I just don't have the eye for it like some of you guys. I enjoy it anyways though. Tell me what you think and how I can make my shots better. THanks!:)

I hate the branch's sticking over in the one shot, but cloning them out seemed difficult because of the sky.

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Dec 01, 2006 09:02 |  #2

Stump wrote in post #2337810 (external link)
I hate the branch's sticking over in the one shot, but cloning them out seemed difficult because of the sky.


Actually, cloning in the sky is probably the easiest. Clouds are so random, you can pretty much get away with anything. It's MUCH easier than you think!


I also did some minor tweaking of levels, contrast, saturation and USM.


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