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  1. tr0gd0o0r

    tr0gd0o0r TPF Noob!

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  2. jadin

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    I'd run it through "levels" and maybe add some contrast. You might want to consider using a polarizing filter if you're not already.

    Composition etc is otherwise good.
     
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    I like the lush green very much and the composition, but like Jadin said, play around with it a little bit. It is a tad dark which causes you to loose detail.
     
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    I am sure he was distracted by the thousands of mosquitos biting him at the time :p
     
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    Maybe crop out that bit of tree on the left. I find it's a little distracting. Otherwise great composition.

    I can see someone slapping "Visit Louisianna" over it and turning it into a brochure. Or even a "Visit Arkansas" on it because it reminds me of Arkansas a lot.
     
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    I like the composition. I like the natural-looking sky as opposed to an unnatural polarized sky.
    I like the contrast, but I think the image could be better if detail in the foreground were improved. PS cs v.8 has a Shadow/Highlight filter that could probably help. There's also a procedure in PS 5-6-7 versions that accomplishes the same thing as the filter in v.8.
     
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    tr0gd0o0r,
    you have a personal message
     
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    interesting, i would agree it is a little dark.
     

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