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    In the undergrowth

    Took this today
    Any C&C welcome.....please.
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    Re: In the undergrowth

    While I like the idea of having a bit of foreground, Steve, there seems to be too much out of focus leaves, which I find distracting instead of enhancing the scene. Although that image is a bit small to see clearly.

    And, if the fungi are the main point of interest, I would like to see them more prominently displayed.

    So I would crop tighter on the bottom and a similar amount on the right side. Possibly as much as 25% removed.

    The problem is how this will affect the trees but I think cropping up the middle of the right trunk will probably look OK.

    Alternatively, totally cropping away the trees may work but I'm not sure about that diagonal twig being left on it's own. I would really need to play around with a full sized image before deciding.

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    Cheers Geoff.
    Thanks for the tip it definitely looks better cropped as you said.
    Sorry about the size but it's all I can post at the mo, as I only have a tablet at the present time.
    I'm currently trying to find out how to post the proper sized image with it.
    Appreciate you taking time to pass comment.
    Regards Steve

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    Re: In the undergrowth

    Have you read this thread?

    HELP THREAD: How can I post images here?

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