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Dec 11, 2008 13:02 |  #1

Some shots are easy to pick as being good, some are borderline..and sometines you need to distance yourself from an image and get an objective opinion..Does this image do anything for you?


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Dec 11, 2008 13:05 |  #2

This one has potential. I would crop the trees on the left completely out, burn down the extreme highlights and maybe even darken the sky a bit more. Perhaps even a crop from the bottom. Keep working with it as I think you're on to something!


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Dec 11, 2008 13:33 |  #3

bretedge wrote in post #6858597 (external link)
This one has potential. I would crop the trees on the left completely out, burn down the extreme highlights and maybe even darken the sky a bit more. Perhaps even a crop from the bottom. Keep working with it as I think you're on to something!

Make it more moody?


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Dec 11, 2008 13:53 |  #4

I do like the picture but my first thought was a HUGE anaconda or snake like creature for some reason


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Dec 11, 2008 14:48 |  #5

Crissy7682 wrote in post #6858853 (external link)
I do like the picture but my first thought was a HUGE anaconda or snake like creature for some reason

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