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Old Apr 25, 2013, 11:51 PM   #11
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I, too, like it very much as is. However....

Hope you don't mind, a very amateurish attempt at a different look. With more patience, it could work.
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Old Apr 26, 2013, 12:55 AM   #12
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G'day mate

I will agree with others ^ and add "time to place an order for the 20 x 30" for the lounge room wall"

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Old Apr 28, 2013, 5:07 PM   #13
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Thanks for the feedback guys.

SIMON40 - I spent a lot of time playing with the crop and this is the best I found that irks with th elements. Sure there are nice to haves such as getting full trees in the frame, but then the horse would be too small in the scene. I do have a lot more of the trees in the original raw but it just doesn't work.

Hagwild - I never modify any images that extensively. I will clone out the odd bit of rubbish, or annoying rock, but item to keep things as close to the scene I saw and was moved to capture. Removing the trees and adding the distant Forrest, along with taking significant effort, would make the image no longer be the one I liked that evening. More of a photography philosophy of mine than a technical aspect though.

I've spent a few mins with this since posting it, but think I've got the most out of it, and more modification will just make it overtakes and remove it from the original scene so its now complete. Hope to get it printed in the next few months. Thanks for the feedback all!
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