Rolly Polly

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  1. Garrentee

    Garrentee TPF Noob!

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    Taken last year in the early fall...

    Not so siked about the trailerhome in the background...?


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    I think the shot would be better if that house wasn't on the horizon, but there isn't much you can do about that. I might lower the saturation a little bit or warm up the tones to give a more rustic feel to the shot. But I still like the shot, good composition and exposure. Nice shot.
     
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    I feel the real subject here is the hay. I got that from the title. With that in mind, this image would benefit from more interesting light on the subject. I suggest a shot when the sun is lower in the sky, providing shape and texture with shadows.

    Working with this image, consider a boost of contrast on the foreground and some sharpening.

    I hope this is helpful.

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    trenton...ty very much!! That trailer always bothered me but whenever I cloned it out it never looked right...

    Christie...your redo is great, ty for your time...its tough when your in a place and you cant wait around all day for the sun to go down, this was that day...thanks again
     

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