picture from a walk I took.. C&C if you'd like..

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  1. rhall54

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    Really digging the perspective on this one. I like :thumbup:
     
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    I like it. It has multiple points of interest.

    I rarely give post-processing advice (cause I'm a total novice), but maybe clone out the lens flare dots. The sun is awesome, and so are the beams coming off of it. But the white dots... not so much.
     
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    I also really like the perspective, you mustve gotten really low to the ground to capture! Maybe a little PP will add to the image, fix up the curves and things a bit.
     
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    thanks for the comments everyone!

    Jeffro- Thanks for the advice! I will put up more info about the picture and camera as soon as I get back home!
     
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    very well captured madam! =)
     
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    The foreground is underexposed quiye a bit so I added some fill and contrast, touched up the lens flares best I could with so small an image and your sensor needs cleaning, I fixed the sensor spots.

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    This is a beautiful and unusual perspective with the tall grasses, the sun and the clouds.
     
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    i like the perspective. nice shot
     
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    I think KmH is right that the foreground is underexposed, but IMHO those edits make it look a little radioactive (especially the sky). I'd maybe tone down the foreground a smidgen and mask the original sky back in.

    Cool shot, though.
     
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    the perspective of the photograph is great, you have shot it from down below... may be needs a little bit of tweek regarding color correction.. and i also would try it in black and white for contrast
     

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