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    Settling down for the night

    This is my first post thanks to pressure from old ucci who has been nagging at me to do so. It was the only way to shut the old bugger up and get him off my back for a bit of peace!
    C&C please. And thanks for viewing and for any comments.

    Settling down for the night

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    Re: Settling down for the night

    Welcome ucci2. We know ucci as Ken. We should call you 2 or ... ??

    Nice shot btw.

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    Re: Settling down for the night

    Sorry about that. My name is Glenise. Thank you for your comment.

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    Re: Settling down for the night

    Thank you Glenise. If you edit your profile you can put that into the "real name" section.

    Nah, get Ken to do it....

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    Re: Settling down for the night

    This scene has plenty going for it but I think I would crop a little closer to the main action.

    Several options to consider; but don't overdo it.

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    Re: Settling down for the night

    That's a very clear reflection Glenise,

    I can see why you took the shot

    I would agree with Geoff's advice regarding a crop, I'd suggest a bit off the left and maybe the bottom too.

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    Re: Settling down for the night

    Should I have any reason to feel uneasy about the reflection. I know photographs never lie but. Regardless I do think some cropping is required and the contrast increased slightly.

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    Re: Settling down for the night

    Quote Originally Posted by pnodrog View Post
    Should I have any reason to feel uneasy about the reflection. I know photographs never lie but. Regardless I do think some cropping is required and the contrast increased slightly.
    Thank you all for helpful feed back. And the reflection was pretty much like that. That is one of the main reasons I took the shot. Not like the reflections we usually see of roos in the dam which are pretty commonplace here and so not all that eye catching after a while.

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