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    BlueSky

    I wanted to emphasize the sky and clouds but liked the building also. Is the second too much of a crop?

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    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 15th October 2011 at 01:55 PM. Reason: added a gap between images and made image order match text

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    Re: BlueSky

    Hi John,

    Is the second too much of a crop?
    My view; in a word yes.

    How about this?
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    I appreciate you had only cropped, not fully PP'd it, but I couldn't resist a straighten, Levels, a little cloning, LCE and sharpen (click to see bigger).

    I did try to keep it 'moody'.

    It is a case of getting the right balance between amount of buidling vs sky - whether my interpretation is any better is yet to be seen.

    Does it help?
    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 15th October 2011 at 02:19 PM.

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    Re: BlueSky

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi John,



    My view; in a word yes.

    How about this?
    BlueSky

    I appreciate you had only cropped, not fully PP'd it, but I couldn't resist a straighten, Levels, a little cloning, LCE and sharpen (click to see bigger).

    I did try to keep it 'moody'.

    It is a case of getting the right balance between amount of building vs sky - whether my interpretation is any better is yet to be seen.

    Does it help?
    Dave,

    Yes, it does help. I could see, after the shot, all the unwanted objects but couldn't decide whether to trim them all out and lose the character of the building or leave them in and see how they balanced the image.

    Thank you for the critique.

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