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  1. MichaelMcDoanld

    MichaelMcDoanld TPF Noob!

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    Theres just something missing from the composition. If theres anythign you can do with it, it's ok to edit.


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  2. Patrice

    Patrice No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I'd try to cop either for dominat yellow or dominant blue and then punch up the color a bit. I find these kinds of images very difficult to do right.
     
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    I like the sharpness of the picture and the angle is perfect.
     
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    Yes, the angle is perfect, as well as the sharpness. I also really like the subject with those carvings. I don't see much to be changed (except for the color contrast, slightly), but I'll try something out on Picasa.
     
  5. bla

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    I would crop out some of the sky, it doesn't lend anything to the picture.
     
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    Get rid of some of the sky on the lft. about where the knot on the left of the lower part of the branch starts. Then take out a bit from the bottom just above where you put your name in the corner. Re-add your signature, and then up the contrast a bit and saturation REALLY slightly. You should end up with a mostly yellow picture.
     

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