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    By the lake

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    C&C please.
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    Re: By the lake

    Basically looks good to me, Abhi.

    But I would like to reduce the area of dark shadow in the foreground. Possibly try a slight crop from the bottom and left side?

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    Re: By the lake

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    But I would like to reduce the area of dark shadow in the foreground. P
    Geoff has made the comment just before me. This is exactly what I was thinking.

    I think you've composed it very well, Abhi. The trees form a nice frame through which we look to the lake and the mountains beyond. But all that shadow in the bottom left section does, I think, detract significantly from the overall quality.

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    Re: By the lake

    Thanks, Geoff and Donald. How is this crop?

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    Re: By the lake

    I think that is better, Abhi, although the shadow is still there it is reduced in size.

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    Re: By the lake

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    I think that is better, Abhi, although the shadow is still there it is reduced in size.
    Thanks, Donald. I did not crop too aggresively as I did not want to cut the line of trees on the left.

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