Mountains at sunset....C&C please

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  1. amnd2323

    amnd2323 TPF Noob!

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    These were taken awhile ago, but I like them. What do you think? What do you think of pp? Thanks, Mandy

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    Wow! that would be breathtaking to see!! I really really like the first one, but i wish that tree branch wasnt sticking out from the bottom. you could probably photoshop that out with the healing tool. I also think the first photo is missing a bit of depth.. as in you should play around with the curves/levels.

    They are really gorgeous photos.. where abouts where they shot? ;)
     
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    Beautiful photos. What program are you using?
     
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    Thanks ya'll. Noonz...these were taken in Las Cruces, NM as a storm was clearing and the sun was setting....it was gorgeous! I'll play around a bit more using your suggestions :)

    cailin...I'm using Photoshop Elements and just now learning how to maneuver around in there!
     
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    I really like the first shot. The branches on the bottom are indeed a bit distracting but to me the whole shot is great! What is your EXIF/METADATA if you don't mind me asking?
     
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    Loving that second one, very nice contrast in the sky.
     
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    I hope you dont mind but I have tweaked your first image for practice.

    Great shot, what a sight this must have been, but I do agree with the other comments regarding the branches in the foreground.

    My 2 minute tweak.

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    Might be a touch too strong now though.
     

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