Follow the Leader (elephants)

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  1. Kanikula

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    Cs and Cs welcome :)

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    Very nice shot, just wondering do you think it would be cheating to clone the fencing etc on the top right corner out?

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    No Not at all ;)

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    I like the composition of this shot. The panoramic format suits the subject very well and the empty space in front of the first elephant on the right works really well. However, I am not a big fan of the over-processed/HDR-ish look.
     
  5. Kanikula

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    Thanks for the coms Steph :) I was pleased with the panoramic too.
    It seems the The over processed/HDR is hit and miss with alot of people - im finding i really like it LOL
     
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    Very nice work! A very well balanced image!
    I wonder what it would look like without the HDR treatment; I do like this version though also.
     
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    I like the look, but I think the rocks need to be slightly burned to give better separation on the elephants. They just sort of blend in with the background, which attracts my eyes more than the subjects.
     
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    Cheers for the hint Sw1tch, however im quite new to PP and im not to sure how or where to use the burn tool properly yet :blushing:
     
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    Dude, this rocks! (no pun intended ;-)) nice job. I would even go so far as to rotate the image just slightly so that the rocks slabs are straighter. Great signature too. :)

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    Aw thanks NJ!
     

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