The Big Trees

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    I'm new to photoshop and I would love some tips or ideas on what I should improve on.please, I would appreciate it. Camera Used: Nikon D3000
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    The one that I find interesting is the next to last... the stand of trees looking up.

    Composition is good and it has some perspective.. I believe that it is slightly over-exposed, but you should be able to bring out some of the detail in the main trunk and saturate the colors slightly.........:D
     
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    1) Looks underexposed to me.
    2) Crop bottom and right out.
    3) I like the texture of the wood/bark.
    4) I really like the sky here. Wish there was more
    5) background is too busy...takes away from my eyes focusing on the subject. odd placement.
     

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