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Old Feb 14, 2012, 7:26 AM   #1
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Please, comments! Especialy the "bad" ones!!!
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Old Feb 14, 2012, 7:33 AM   #2
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Absolutely beautiful Kibaris!!
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Nothing "bad" from me, I like it. Nice POV in this one.

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Old Feb 14, 2012, 12:51 PM   #4
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Thank you all, a bit post processing, though!
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Old Feb 14, 2012, 1:37 PM   #5
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Me, well I like it but do wish I could see where the road is going, just a bit more on the right please.
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G'day Kibaris

You ask for "Please, comments! Especialy the "bad" ones!!! .... alexander"

Well okay Alexander - here goes

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Then there are the good comments

Hey mate - this is a great shot, although to me it has 2 main visual zones
1- the clouds, and
2- the landscape

Now the clouds don't excite me as much as the landscape, and I find the landscape pretty visually exciting > but don't you get too excited as it's your photo

I would suggest that you consider something like -below- and if you agree with my visual perception, I would suggest a trip to the local print shop for a 90 x 30cm [36" x 12"] print for the lounge room wall




ps- just edit out the dust bunny to the top left of the red box

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I would go with the above- but with more foreground in the shot.
Maybe with half the height of the wall showing on the left side of the shot....
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Well, after listening carefully to all of you:
1. yes, a bit more of rock on the right side is needed.
2. I agree, fewer clouds, such as the narrow foto shows...
3. I would crop on the left side, to cut out the bunch os bushes, and
4. The down side is too dark, I would love some detail.
5. As about the bunny... I must check the lens and filter, I didnt notice it so far! I hope it is just a small spot of greese from the delicious lunch (with a delicious friend) I had before taking the picture!
Thank you all, one more time, it seems that we all together took a great picture!!!
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Nice picture but I can see lots of artifact caused by strong PP'ing. There is a spot right below the top red line half way between the middle and the left side of the image. Is that sensor dust? Have you noticed that spot on other pictures you've taken?
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I must check it!
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