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Great EstudioChispa 2013-10-09 13:25

(I am sorry -- I have used my 20 today already!)

Biblical light, indeed. Very well seen and well-executed shot, Vanni!

I may have been tempted to dodge the foreground just a bit to bring out some details there, but I think nothing is lost by not doing so.

With your indulgence, I offer a workshop with the FG slightly dodged.

Best regards,
Russ
Austin, Texas

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Old 10-12-2013, 09:09 AM
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Thanks Russ,

your proposal to bring out more detail on the foreground slopes is definitely a good one, now I see a real improvement in that part of the image.

I'm just wondering though what was the rationale behind changing the framing of the picture as well, because I have the feeling that cropping on the right (bright) side gives now predominance to the left (hopelessly dark) area, making the whole composition a bit unbalanced. But this is just my feeling, I'd happy to have your view on this.

Thanks and good luck for your photography work!

Best,
Vanni
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Old 10-12-2013, 03:03 PM
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Hello Vanni!
I am sorry -- it was not my intention to crop the foto at all! In fact, I didn't notice that the framing had changed until I saw your note. I merely did a quick dodging of the foreground, saved it and uploaded it.
So please ignore the change in framing!
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Russ
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Old 10-14-2013, 08:46 PM
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Hello Vanni!

After thinking more about it, I think you are not seeing the entire workshopped image due to a TE issue. You can see my full frame here...
http://www.trekearth.com/workshops/1436606/

Or try coming to it by this link...
http://www.trekearth.com/compare.php

All my best,
Russ
Austin, Texas
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