Path to El Prado

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  1. Litespeed

    Litespeed TPF Noob!

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    This is a pathway that leads through Balboa Park

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    The colors seem a bit dull.
     
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    it would've been nice if you could zoom out and try to catch the entire path.
    this kinda leaves me wondering.
     
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    I really like it. It looks very natural. Good soft light. You might want to try sharpening it just a little. I like the composition.

    -Andy
     
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    If you play with the midtone contrast just a bit in photo shop, I think it would brighten up your colors. Its a nice shot, but I think it might have been better if you had been standing a bit more to the left so that you captured just a bit more of the path.
     
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    Unfortunately it was a very gray overcast day so that seemed to dampen the colors. I will try and go back next week when it's not overcast and see what I can do about that. I will also try standing a bit more to the left to see if I can capture more of the path. Thanks for all the comments.
     

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