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    Chimney at sunset

    C+C please

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    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 6th October 2009 at 11:06 PM. Reason: add image inline

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    Re: Chimney at sunset

    Hi Walshy,

    Just my views but ...

    Pan right about 20% and crop the concrete off the bottom.
    Local Contrast Enhance a bit.

    The aim of this;
    Juxtapose the height of the chimney with the height of the distant hills on right, and show the incongruity of a chimney apparently in a field.

    (Clone out fence for full effect of latter )

    Just ideas,

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    Re: Chimney at sunset

    I would be tempted to crop even harder than Dave suggested. Possibly even change the aspect ratio and crop the left side to the bush on the hedge.

    I think an offset chimney balanced by the distant hills would appear more interesting and possibly make the chimney look bigger and more important.

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    Re: Chimney at sunset

    Just seen your reworking of this image in the mini competition. Well down - it gets my vote!

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    Re: Chimney at sunset

    Got mine too

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