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    Misty morning..

    I finally managed to capture this misty morning into my censor after been talking about this to my wife since few months ago. Thanks for viewing. Your c & c would be helpful and appreciated.

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    Last edited by Walj; 29th June 2013 at 09:21 AM.

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    Re: Misty morning..

    Nice!

    The composition is balanced I think.

    I can't decide if the colors are too saturated or this is part of the magic.

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    Re: Misty morning..

    Walad, that is a superb photograph and worthy of wall space anywhere. Exposure metering must have been very tricky but you got it spot on. I love the colour contrast between the sky and the foreground greenery. The image makes me want to be there, which is what a good photograph should do. My only criticism, if I must, is that I wonder if the composition would have been even better by moving the camera to the left and eliminating the concrete channel altogether?

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    Re: Misty morning..

    Walad, I agree with Graham. Very nice photograph.

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    Re: Misty morning..

    A fine image, Walad.


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    Re: Misty morning..

    Yes, very nice, but as Graham mentioned, the gutter has to go.

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    Re: Misty morning..

    OK guys, What do you thing of this?..

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    Re: Misty morning..

    Nice editing job, Walad. I know I'm probably in the minority, but I prefer the first one.


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    Re: Misty morning..

    Much better. An option would be to brush out some of the exposure on the grass darkening it a bit to reduce its impact. It's all personal taste though and it's your photo. What you think is really the best answer.
    Last edited by Andrew1; 30th June 2013 at 04:29 PM.

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    Re: Misty morning..

    Bravo, Walad. Now I would hang it on my wall.

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    Re: Misty morning..

    The second one for me Walad. That's a cracker.

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    Re: Misty morning..

    Nice image. I like the first version, Walad.

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    Re: Misty morning..

    Very nice capture, I am with Sergio, and Ken I think that the gutter works as a great lead back into the image. Usually we look lower right last and as such it now takes me back into the mist.

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