Molokai

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  1. lizheaemma

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    Kalaupapa

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    landing in Molokai

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    i like how #2 is divided into thirds. sky, water, land. cool
     
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    I think Molokai is the most beautiful of all the Islands. Nice photos.
     
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    i lOVE the second photo!
     
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    I love the colors and the composition in number two, however the horizon needs to be leveled and I think the focus is a little soft.
     
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    Thanks I can level it a bit more, I took it through the plane window when we were landing.
     
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    #1 is mediocre due to the bad lighting. #2 is decent but has a black level problem. Also, shots like this IMO benefit from darker skies. Since you grant permission to edit your photos, here's a quick edit of #2 that attempts to address both of these points. Were I to work with this further, I'd probably lighten the ground a little more. Obviously, both shots are soft but windows will do that

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