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  1. rusty9

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    sorry. this is the last thread.

    1. this was heavily photoshopped because of nasty overexposure
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    all still seem overexposed to me. try and playing with the histogram on PS. give it a lighter tone
     
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    1 and 2 seem over exposed, it's true, but I think 3 is crisp and has some great colors. I like it.
     
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    Over exposure right there!
    That's Ok. It's better overexposed than under for P&P, but for viewing, it's the other way around.
    Why not invest in a CPL filter?

    3 and 4 have a nice composition though. I like em.
     
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    I don't get a subject from any of these.

    Exposure aside (the first two need their curves worked on pretty seriously), there's way too much sky in the first two. Plus there's no subject. It's a snapshot of some boats and a boatload of sky that's boring. No clouds or anything.

    You missed the focus on the birds. Longer glass would help here. Again, too much negative space in the photo.

    Technically, the 4th one is the best. It's still not sharp. Do you sharpen your photos in PP? I'd like it better if the tide was moving and creating some ripples around the post or something.

    EDIT: I realize I've critiqued two of your threads pretty harshly. I'm not trying to hurt any feelings or anything. I critique like I hope to be critiqued.
     
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