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  1. SarahTomlin

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    I'm a retard. Originally posted the link. When I went to change it to the image code it would not work. So you're stuck with viewing the link. Which sadly. many of you will not.
     
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    Nice picture, I like it! But it looks like it's over sharpened
     
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    Nice composition and colors except it seems to be cut in half--or almost cut in half.
     
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    Sharpened yes. But only a smidgen. I like it that way. Maybe it's a phase.

    And cut in half....no. This is the way I took it. No cropping whatsoever.
     
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    I think Rere might have got an incomplete image load (ie only half loaded) for some reason - ergo the cut in half feeling.

    Certainly the shot does not look cuttup; I like the composition and the fact that you have the attention of the horses. Its perhapse a little dark in the shadows, but the highlights are well controled - and the lightly darker look has what I feel is a more filmy look than digital. I would try a little bit of selective brightening on the darks, but not too much.
     

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