Country Road

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by janos54, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. janos54

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    hmm. i really like this. the leaves are pretty. i love split rail fences.
    but i think it could look better if you took the shot from more to the left. closer the the fence post.
    maybe sitting on the ground.
    almost in a straight line with the fence.
    does that make sense?
     
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    The first thing I noticed is the over-exposed highlights, which really takes away from a photo's appeal. Fix some stuff in photoshop and it will look much better.
     
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    feels overexposed from the light coming in from the left
     
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    i love it
     
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    agree with the over-exposure. Maybe you can crop a bit, lets say, start the pic at the middle of the first pole. Think that part on the left is the most over-exposed part of the pic. You can also play with the contrast and saturation a bit.
    Its a cool pic though, just have to tweak it a bit :)
     

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