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    Re: First Post Here (new guy)

    I really like this. Good use of texture and nicely converted.

    Touch of HDR?

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    Re: First Post Here (new guy)

    No touch of HDR, used Nik SEP 2 just have to love that structure slider.

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    Re: First Post Here (new guy)

    I really like this image except for the title and name which draw my eye away from the subject....

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    Nice work Allan. The image is nice and sharp with great contrast. Welcome aboard, I look forward to seeing more of your work.

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    Re: First Post Here (new guy)

    Beautiful image Allan!
    is a storm approaching from behind the farm? I see a dark cloudy sky.
    perhaps a bit more of sky to increase the contrast between it and the sunny farm?
    cheers
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    Re: First Post Here (new guy)

    I love the shot and the ambiance of the approaching (or passing) storm. I do have one difficulty with the framing in that the gray-green outer color just doesn't fit with anything else in the photo and I keep finding my eye drawn there almost as much as the image itself.

    Also, you might want to reset your white point. I gave it a quick look on a curves adjustment layer and while the black point is stone cold dead on, the white point was a bit more to the left than you have it...I split the difference between your image and the reset and found it to be just about perfect...just a thought.

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