C&C Please. Pinecone.

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  1. Chriss

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    Too much post processing?

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    no one?
     
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    It doesn't look truly in focus to me, something about the colors doesn't seem genuine, and I feel if the pinecone took less of the frame it would be better.

    What does the original look like?
     
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    Well I accidentally saved over the exact original but it was similar to this.

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    looks much better to me, not as intrusive.
     
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    Yea i kinda thought the processing was over done. I just kind of liked that warm effect.

    What about this one? I kinda liked the look of it.

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    I think you should think about why you are taking a picture before you take it.

    You won't take as many, but the ones you take will have more substance.
     

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