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Sep 17, 2010 05:47 |  #1

Hi,

Going through my recent trip to US/Canada, and are reasonably happy with this one of the glacier...

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Criticism and improvements always welcome :) Specifically where to crop it

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Sep 17, 2010 07:51 |  #2

My suggestion would be to crop quite a bit off the bottom to make it more like a pano; the water isn't adding much to the pic, but I like the clouds at the top. Maybe just above the rock? But experiment with the exact spot...


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Sep 17, 2010 09:07 |  #3

What a gorgeous scene!


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Sep 18, 2010 18:21 |  #4

archer1960 wrote in post #10925812 (external link)
My suggestion would be to crop quite a bit off the bottom to make it more like a pano; the water isn't adding much to the pic, but I like the clouds at the top. Maybe just above the rock? But experiment with the exact spot...

I disagree - the ripples in the water add great texture to the shot. The rock in the foreground adds a point of interest.




  
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Sep 18, 2010 18:41 |  #5

Really like the shot - wouldn't change a thing. I agree with Honu, the ripples add to much to remove any portion of them.


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Sep 19, 2010 16:20 |  #6

Leave as is..... it is a really good shot. The ripples and the light bouncing off them creates a really nice texture and a feeling of serenity. Love it as it is.

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Sep 26, 2010 06:15 |  #7

Thanks all!


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