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Old Nov 16, 2009, 5:14 PM   #1
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The area has four ridges. This picture is from the second ridge
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Old Nov 16, 2009, 5:25 PM   #2
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The sky and silhouette are nice here. For me there seems to be too much black in the foreground, if you could bring out a little more detail I think it might work a little better.

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Ya so much black is overkill. Nice shot though with your dog. Cropping is no problem so its a good shot.
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The sky and silhouette are nice here. For me there seems to be too much black in the foreground, if you could bring out a little more detail I think it might work a little better.

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Thanks. Tried but there were no details and no colours. It was almost "no light photography" so I went for the other alternative. Thanks

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Old Nov 17, 2009, 5:22 PM   #5
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Ya so much black is overkill. Nice shot though with your dog. Cropping is no problem so its a good shot.
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Yes, I'm a crappy cropper (croppy crapper - fun language) at times

A 16:9 and a 2:1 and the herder sitting at the top of the ridge

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The 16:9 ratio
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At the highest vantage point, as usual
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I prefer your first crop. Gives it a nice panorama look and does away with that excess black. Nice finally with the piece de resistance. The shot of your dog, king of the hill.
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I think the first crop works better too.
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