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    pylons sunset

    i've waited nearly a year for this shot.as i wonted a good golden sunset and the sun in the right place to try and get a uncluttered image.plus me being in the area at the right time.
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    Re: pylons sunset

    Well done Paul. It's always nice when something that we've envisioned and planned for up to a year, finally comes to fruition. For one thing, it demonstrates our commitment.

    On your image - a couple of things for you to consider:-
    • Do you think it would be strengthened by cloning out that telegraph wire (and pole) running across near the bottom?
    • Cloning out the pylon on the horizon in the left-hand side?
    • Doing a selective sharpen on the wires and the infrastructure of that nearest pylon? They seem as if they might be a just little soft.

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    Re: pylons sunset

    Paul,
    your one patient man, well worth the wait.

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    Re: pylons sunset

    cheers for the comment heres another from the same day.i had a go at removing a bit of lens flare.but i didnt get on very well doing it using lightroom3.
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    Re: pylons sunset

    Yep, pity aboput the lens flare, but that's a much cleaner, crisper image.

    You still need to finish cloning the telegraph pole at the bottom.

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