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banehawi Plus
16 2.2k 4150 Canada
11 Aug 2016 3:04PM
I like how you captured thew layers from the bottom to the top.

As the distance from the camera increases, you see more haze, which reduces contrast; the contrast at the bottom is very good, just needing a slight increase in exposure.

So Think about increasing contrast only in the low contrast areas, as it can give the image a boost.


Ive done this in the mod. Not very hard to do, just takes a little time.


Regards



Willie

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paulbroad 13 131 1289 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2016 8:18PM
As Willie says, really. A fairly typical pictorial record of it's type and just fails to have the compositional impact to hold attention.

Paul
11 Aug 2016 8:22PM

Quote:As Willie says, really. A fairly typical pictorial record of it's type and just fails to have the compositional impact to hold attention.

Paul



Paul, with respect to your opinion, but Willie didn't say this Smile
dudler Plus
17 1.2k 1682 England
11 Aug 2016 10:04PM
Actually, I like this exactly as it is.

The diagonals of all those receding layers of mountains, and the slowly-increasing haze makes this rather bewitching. I coudl look at it for a long time, although the light may have been fleeting.

I wonder if shooting a little wider than 200mm would have allowed you to include a fringe of trees round the exposed rock at the bottom? This would have closed the image in a rather lovely way, I think.

In the main gallery, i'd be voting.

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