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    young and free

    Any comments about this photo is more than welcome as I don't seem to get my finger on landscapes. Thanks for viewing.

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    Hi Steven,
    I like this picture very much. I think the people sitting on the rock could have been a little bit darker to make it a sharper Silhouette.
    Overall a good shot; IMHO

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    Nice image.

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    John of Essex and John of WNY, thanks for the comments.

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    It is an excellent image as is.

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    Re: young and free

    Quote Originally Posted by JPS View Post
    Hi Steven,
    I like this picture very much. I think the people sitting on the rock could have been a little bit darker to make it a sharper Silhouette.
    Overall a good shot; IMHO
    And I thought they were sitting in a boat.

    I have been thinking about a very slight crop from the top and right edge; but I just can't decide about it.

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    I hate to crop an image, however I seem to see a lot of noise in the upper darker portions of the image. Maybe a third off the top and right hand sides so as to remove that noise then enlarge the image. If it is just my monitor than forget the above, still an very nice image.

    Allan

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    A cracking image in my honest opinion it would have been nice if there could have been a slightly bit more 'depth' in the features of the people like there is the 'depth' in the clouds, but hey we cannot always get the shot just right in these situations but all in all a cracking excellent shot well done Steven.

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    I like it as is! To crop any from the right side would take away the beautiful colors in the clouds. It all comes together in my eyes, but I am no expert.

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    thank you all for the kind comments and also those pointers that is to be considered. Appreciate that some of you took the time to give a better in-depth critique of the photo. Allan I didn't notice the noise till you mentioned it.

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    Steven
    I really like the silhoette and colors. I do not think the noise ruins this image, as the sky is not the main subject of this image. Well done capturing the wind as well.
    After a second look at the image, I agree with John about the silhouettes being a touch darker.

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    Re: young and free

    This is a great shot, Leave it as is in my opinion.Any darker you would lose the rocks aswell.Then would look like they where on a boat

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    PBelarge, chris h thanks for those thoughts.

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