CC Morning Fog with Tokina 11-16mm

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  1. edouble

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    I took the picture before work about 5:10am. The sun was beginning to rise and fog was lifting off a pond. As mentioned I used my Tokina 11-16mm lens.

    How does it look?

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    I like it! Very cool. The black thing in the center is distracting me, but other than that I think it's good.
     
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    I love it but I might have processed the RAW differently. I think it could use some artificial fill light and a cloning out of the dust spot and the tree branch in the corner would be nice. A wider crop maybe as well, to un-center the horizon.

    Here, I edited, hope you like.

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  4. edouble

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    Very nice. The area you called a dust spot is just a patch of fog. I noticed it as well and it wasn't on any other picture. I didn't go crazy with fill because I wanted an accurate representation of what I saw. It was still rather dark out and visibility was poor. But your edit looks good.
     

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