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    Fallen angle

    I CAPTURED THE GIRL ABOUT TO FALL. BUT SHE DID NOT.LUCKY THE OTHER SIDE IS DEEP SEA. I DID NOT NOTICE THE CROW.PLS C&C MOST WELCOME.
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    Re: Fallen angle

    Ajith

    I think there are two 'problems'.

    Firstly - the crow. I do not know if you have any knowledge of post-processing and whether you are able to work on your photographs on a computer. If so, I think the crow needs to be cloned out of the image.

    The second point I would make is that whilst the idea behind the image is very good, the sky does not really have enough detail in it to make the picture as strong as it could be. I think the sky/couds need more defintiion. And the only solution to that, I think, is patience. What I mean is that this shot required you to wait until there was more interest in the sky before capturing the shot. Or, indeed, having to come back another day to re-shoot.

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    Re: Fallen angle

    Thank you dave.

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    Re: Fallen angle

    Quote Originally Posted by puspa kumara View Post
    Thank you dave.
    Not me again!

    But this is;
    Fallen angle

    It may be a little too much manipulation for some though

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