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    Sunrise

    Just a couple of sunrise shots taken the other morning, trying to catch the interplay of the sun's light with the trees.
    Thanks for viewing and for any comments posted.

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    Re: Sunrise

    Hi Ken, both images have a great interplay of harsh and delicate attributes!

    About the only thing I'd try as an alternate would be to clone the solid black from the tree in first image over the reddish hue caused by the sun in the second. I don't know if it would look any better but it might be worth exploring? That might direct the eye more towards the detail in the clouds rather than back towards the tree.

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    Re: Sunrise

    Exactly what I was thinking. The second photo is the sharpest if you can overcome that little light problem.

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    Re: Sunrise

    Thank you Frank and Geoff for your most helpful feedback re the clone improvement. Will give it a go to see how it looks.
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    Re: Sunrise

    Tried the cloning bit as suggested. Is this any better? I am certainly happy with it. Thanks once again Frank and Geoff for helpful advice.

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    Re: Sunrise

    Although there is still some of the red hue in the fork of the tree, that really directs the attention to that marvelous sky much better. I like it as well!

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