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  1. Actinometro

    Actinometro No longer a newbie, moving up!

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  2. Mike Lamb

    Mike Lamb Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Love the boats. I wonder if you could punch up the pier some. It's drab by comparison.
     
  3. Majeed Badizadegan

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    Saturation feels a little pushed here and the sky seems a bit off.

    Have you thought about trying some tone mapping on this one? Might add some nice depth and local contrast.
     
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    Thank you !

    This is an hdr, already !
     
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    i like this, great pic.....i feel like the dock is off tilt a little, but the horizon and the pole at the end of the dock made me realize it wasnt....
     
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    This time i am not satisfied much...this is probably a tourist's shot who just clicking for recording his visit...
    Your contribution is lacking.....

    If performance is the numerator, performer is the denominator...that is why less mark :D

    Regards ;)
     

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