Footpath

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  1. Graeme

    Graeme TPF Noob!

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    Love your thoughts on this one.

    I like the shot but keep coming back to it because I feel it could be better somehow.
     
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    This is a farily good use of lines, but I think maybe just a little different angle might help this one. Try showing the path a bit more. The one thing that is distracting for me is the metal fence turning to wood fencing. Maybe crop it out. This is a tough one, I like it and look forward to seeing any changes you do make to it.
     
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    Here is another on which shows more of the footpath but is minus the foreground flowers and where the metal fence is less pronounced
     

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    Personally, I like the 2nd one better, but both could use a bit more saturation, contrast, and sharpness. I think it is mainly sharpness that is keeping you wondering about the pictures :)
     
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    Here is another attempt sharpened and saturated a little more.

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    yeah I like the last version! Neat colours! and I like how the very far background pops up here
     

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