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  phwall 2009-06-19 20:43

Hi Jason,
A very pretty spot, the willow trees look beautiful. The same thing has happened here with regard to building right on the edge of the water, there's now an eleven meter set-back, something to do with Global warming and all that.
I read in your note about cropping the bottom of shot which makes good sense but I think the wharf on the bottom left is also detracting from an otherwise good frame. I did a workshop for you to have a look at, just to give you an idea what you can do when you get things in shot that spoil the overall image. First I cropped the shot as far as I could, left and right, then just cloned out the offending wharf. I think it makes for a cleaner shot.
Best regards
ps. For some reason the colour saturation in the workshop has increased, danged if I know why, I didn't touch it. Sorry about that. Pete

Old 06-20-2009, 03:51 AM
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Hi Peter,

I've had the color saturation increase before after cropping a image, Have a great week Peter.

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