Park and memorial

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  1. blatty86

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    Alright so im gonna try this again. slowly learning but im gettin there
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    Both of these images would've had so much potential to be an awesome shot.
    I mean look at the clouds you had the perfect conditions.

    The shadows are too dark, the sky is way to bright, on the 2nd image you have a slight halo going on top of the trees to the corner. I agree with you and do a retake.

    Where these images taken as raw images?
     
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    Composition wise I like your first shot. The texture on the first bench and the floor bricks is pretty good. I do have a problem with the sky. Or rather you have a problem with it. Doesnt look nice. Perhaps softened up a bit. The column shot lends itself to more symmetry. All the columns arent in the picture. I can see it coming together but the outside edges of the area are cut off so that magic look is gone. And again the sky is bad. Dark indigo and haloing.
     
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    Yes the images are in raw. To be honest with the first pic I spent alot focusing on the textures and wasn't to concerned with the clouds. I'll play around with the sky tonight to bring it out more. Bynx thanks for that insight on the columns. My main focus was the water but you are correct about getting the entire scene.
     

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