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  1. Wino

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    On a lake in Stamford, Lincolnshire, England.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This looks peaceful and wonderfully green, but I think I'd have wanted to lose the uppermost part, where the fence and the house show. For one, it is overexposed, and furthermore it takes away from the scene, so I think. I did a bit of "scroll-cropping", moving the photo up to the frame of my screen and beyond as far as I would have cropped it, and to my mind it really looks better. The fence as such may stay included, but nothing further. Try it.
     
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    YUp, agree with LaFoto. I good cropping would do the trick. I'd crop it to a portrait view, leaving just 1/3 of the fence...
     
  4. Wino

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    Hi LaFoto,

    Thanks for looking and for your kind suggestion with which I agree. Trouble is, I rather like that big tree and its greenery. :)

    Sorry for delay in replying.
     
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    Hi K8-90,

    Thanks for looking and for your kind suggestion. However, I don't think cropping to a portrait view is a way I would like to go. For me the scene would not benefit by losing all those shades of green. Thanks anyway.
     

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