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lovely pic (liked) but bg highlights blown as is the usual case, I had the same problem when i went on safari,with hindsight maybe 3 exposures should be taken when you get a great photo op like this , 1 under,1 over and one standard, all i got of a leopard was in some dark bushes eating a monkey. :-(
it does what it says on the tin, as you mention the burning around the car could be more subtle,the only thing i might have done differently would be to go for a higher vantage point to show the whole of the sign in the background but if your like me you only spot these things after the event, cheers martyn
the sky is really bland and this is reflected in the water,the little zebra is kinda lost in the middle of the pic so i would suggest cropping into portrait and leave a little to one side to take the zebra off dead centre,maybe even a black and white conversion with a curves tweak could it the "oomph" it deserves ?cheers martyn
i like the low angle.cheers martyn
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