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    Foul Anchor

    Following on from my other thread, as Foul Anchor is just down the road from Sutton bridge.

    I believe this is the remains of a old iron bridge.

    Again, processed using Colour Efex Pro and Viveza 2. Grateful for any feedback.

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    Last edited by Colin Southern; 2nd October 2011 at 09:02 AM.

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    Re: Foul Anchor

    I think I like no. 2 best for the detail in the wood and the metal. Maybe a bit of pruning of the grass heads might assist next time and possibly a tad of straightening as I feel I am leaning over to the left? No.1 would be better if not so central in the frame? The square crop doesnt do it justice.

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    Re: Foul Anchor

    Quote Originally Posted by shreds View Post
    I think I like no. 2 best for the detail in the wood and the metal.
    I'd go along with that.

    I like the idea of the landscape that has the river in it, but feel it needs to show more detail in that far bank. It's maybe a bit too dark and flat. I think it needs a slight counter-clockwise rotation as well to level it up (or is that an optical illusion?).

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