Castlewood State Park, Missorui

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  1. Dao

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    Castlewood State Park, MO.

    Took this yesterday in one of the Castlewood State Park hiking trail. (Tone mapped)

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    The colors look a little off to me to be honest. Its an ok shot nothing much of interest though. There is no real subject matter.
     
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    Thanks for your comment Mgw189! :)

    I will try better!
     
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    I like the way the terrain looks warm and the sky looks cold. Does that make sense??
     
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    Hmm. I like the feel of the photo - it's a gorgeous landscape! However, maybe try cropping it into portrait orientation. I would crop it so that the farthes point of the river is just left of center, and so the majority of the foreground on the right is eliminated. Just an idea :)
     
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    I like the colors, interesting effect.

    I wish the river was a stronger focal point. Or is the focal point to sky?
     

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