Two suggestions if I may. I think it could use a wee bump in contrast and I might consider losing the two meters, as I don't feel they...
I like the toning very much.
I might consider bumping up the mid-tones slightly to help bring out a bit more detail in the lower slope/tree areas....
Sorry, a mis-post.
I take it you are not happy with your current salary as a Mod here at TPF.;)
Corinna, I have been a Moderator on three forums over the years and I...
I didn't think yours was all that great either :D:D:D
Congratulations Marc, a well deserved win buddy.
Nicely executed and prepared image.
Very nice work in difficult lighting, Ernie.
I don't have a favorite...liking them all.
Marc, I'm going to give my honest opinion here, as I know how particular you can be with your images.
For a viewer who does not have that rock in...
To be honest I'm still liking #2 and #4 the most.
Just #2 with the bit of branch gone.
When you toned them down you lost the detail on the front...
I enjoy the exposure and the grain in the image.
For me, the background is a wee bit distracting. Not sure if more oof would make it better or...
I quite like #2 and #4 primarily for the exposure.
Don't mind the crop off the top of the tree in #4, but, I think the partial branch over the...
To quote some guy named Adams...
" Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop".
Slow down and make every shot count. Unless you...
Nice image, Fox Paw.
I don't think it would hurt to perhaps bring up a bit more detail in the foreground brush.
As you say, it might be an idea to tone the building down a bit and perhaps that rust that you mentioned(in whole or in part) might add a little...
Very nicely done.
I find the toning detracts perhaps in this type of image.
Splendid pov in all three and good exposure.
Thank you bigboi3 glad you enjoyed it.
Thanks pulse. With this image I used just a straight desaturation and then the usual levels, contrast, etc.
Artograph and Troy glad you enjoyed it. Thanks.
let_it_be_a_photo, Al-Wazeer and mobetter thanks to each of you for commenting.
This is an image one can get lost in for a while.
Well done, Roger.
Roger and Dan thanks a bunch for commenting, much appreciated.
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