Saturated Trees

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  1. Jeff Canes

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    Also a lot of bad clonning

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    Nice shot. I like the colors. It's simple but I think it has impact. What did you clone?
     
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    piles of white sand, water skier, 2 ski ramps, 3 campsites, 2 light poles, park building
     
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    (Once you mention the cloning, it would account for why some trees are casting no shadows :lol: Pretty darn good job of the cloning, IMO, as it's only once you look closely and know cloning has been done that you can notice)

    I like the green colour of the trees...looks like that bright green that only comes in the spring with budding/early leafed trees.
     
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    Can you post a none edited version?
     
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    Sure, for this one all I did was convert it from Raw to JPG using camera settings; I believe the camera saturation is set to landscape mode
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