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    A Frosty Sunrise

    A Frosty Sunrise

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    Re: A Frosty Sunrise

    I'd wonder about doing a little dodging on the grass and the trees, just to lift them a bit. Some detail in the trees would, I think, give it much more depth and structure. As it is, we're just peering into darkness.

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    Re: A Frosty Sunrise

    mmmmmm strange I have loads of detail in the trees here and Ive only just recalibrated my monitor
    Im re-checking
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    Re: A Frosty Sunrise

    Looks like a good frosty sunrise to me

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    Re: A Frosty Sunrise

    Thanks Skyline

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    Re: A Frosty Sunrise

    Nice background (sun), nice mid ground. Foreground interest? Perhaps get down very low to show more texture in the grass (kneepad territory). Plus crop out the excess sky, again, little of interest to see. Negative space can be good, but too much here.
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