Trees

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  1. Twig

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    This is a very nice photo! I'm surprised no one has commented on it yet. I really like the lighting here.:thumbup:

    I'm really not one to be giving advice but I think it might a little better if you cropped the right side some and got rid of that blown out spot and also the empty bottle on the ground is slightly distracting.:)
     
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    Hm, you're right. I don't think a crop would hurt.
    Haha, the bottle ruins the moment. =D =\ (I'll try to get rid of that)
    Thanks for the feedback!
     
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    Classic shot! I would experiment with a tighter crop cutting off the right and bottom.

    Love & Bass
     
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    It looks like you boost the saturation too much, you can tell by the grain on the tree.
     

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