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Meadows and Moors

By Tony_W
I like this photo in portrait format for the depth of image it suggests to me. However I wonder if there is too much green field and sky. I have cropped the second version but still feel happier with the portrait format.

I'd appreciate any views or comments on the cropping and also the picture as a whole.

Thanks,
Tony

Tags: Derbyshire Landscape and travel

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gary_d 12 576 13 Wales
8 Jul 2008 12:04AM
V2 for me very nice landscape. - gary
G73photography 14 417 15 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2008 12:05AM
some nice greens and sky,a curves adjustment to parts of the image would bring the image out more, this sort of image would look even better with a lower viewpoint to capture a few daisies closer up, i think this image would look best in a slighly more narrower portrait view, and maybe even squeeze a panoranic out of it too, G
8 Jul 2008 12:31AM
Hi Tony,
I was on the same wavelength as grainge73 and have produced a mod for you in panoramic. However I feel your portrait format has a lot going for it as it is what I would call a "how you see it" shot which is naturally well balanced.

Stuart
Tony_W 13 128 5
8 Jul 2008 12:36AM
Gary and Grainge, thanks for the input. All the crops look good but the portrait crop, whilst subtle does improve on the original I think and that format is still my favourite.
Tony

Edit: Just seen your post also Stuart, thanks.
kalseru Plus
13 3 9 England
8 Jul 2008 4:34PM
There is a bit too much green and too much cyan in the sky easily corrected with curves (set blend mode to colour so contrast is unaffected and select white, mid & black points using the eye droppers - enough in this case to just select a white point in the clouds).
Andy
Tony_W 13 128 5
9 Jul 2008 10:55PM
Thanks for the advice Andy. Don't have PS, just PSE but I can see what you mean about the colour. Whilst I don't like auto anything, auto colour cast correction does the same as you recommend on this occasion.
Tony
Tony_W 13 128 5
13 Jul 2008 8:28PM
Thankyou David for the comments. I'll take them on board for future similar shots.

Tony

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