Passing storm

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  1. sheyene29

    sheyene29 TPF Noob!

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    C&C more than welcome as usual, the good, bad and ugly! (how else is a newbie to learn?? lol).

    Which crop do you like?

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    Despite the fact they have different names, I'm hard-pressed to see any difference between the two. I will say that I'm not a fan of those heavy borders however, and that I think the image would benefit from a slight brightening of the clouds in the middle lower background.

    Just figured it out. I would have to vote for the top one; it seems a more pleasing balance of sky and cloud to me. Where was this shot?
     
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    Thank you for the critique:).

    I shot this in the East Kootenays (Elk Valley to be precise). I'm very lucky to have a wealth of beautiful scenery here.
     
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    Just curious, is it possible to only lighten a portion of a photograph without lightening the whole photo?? I'm a total and complete idiot when it comes to post processing.
     

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