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  • Chinese Whispers

    Might just be me, but it looks over sharpened, everything has a halo around it.
    • 13 Nov 2019 10:51PM
  • Sunrise over Virgin River

    I think its a great shot, those that haven't been to Zion might suggest over saturation, but I think it's spot on for the variation of colours that one sees there. Its really difficult to get good exposure all around here, or at least I found it so, would blending 2 versions, one exposed for foreground and one for mountain tops/sky work?
    The only thing I might change is to crop out the rock at the very bottom, the current crop cuts it in half, I think either all or nothing, and if you don't have more then go less, maybe?
    • 13 Nov 2019 10:50PM
  • Better Late Than Never...

    Indeed it is
    • 14 Sep 2019 7:07AM
  • Lulworth Morning

    Quote:nice shot , but Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset

    I'm sorry, i have no idea what your point is?
    • 1 Apr 2019 9:15PM
  • Amur leopard

    Lovely sharpness to the eyes, maybe a little desaturated for my taste, but excellent all the same!
    • 31 Mar 2019 8:14PM
  • From the shadows

    Lovely portrait, could have done with the focus on the eyes rather than the end of the nose to make it perfect.
    • 8 Jun 2015 10:38PM
  • Glastonbury Dawn

    I like this, but I do feel the image would benefit from cropping. There's a lot of empty sky up top and blank foreground. The tree to the left is distracting to me, too. I'd try cropping to make the horizon along the top third of your image, as you'd retain the colours of the sky and the bottom of the tree line along the bottom third of the image. Maybe boost contrast and saturation just a little too?
    • 13 May 2015 12:17PM

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