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few pics in filey. met the family.

Discussion in 'Landscape Photography Forum' started by LYNN GRIFFITHS, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. LYNN GRIFFITHS

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    G'day Lynn

    What an extraordinary bit of hills you have in #1 - such magic to their appearance & it makes me envious !! ... makes me wonder how they would go with shadows at a different time of day

    And I love #3 - well the figures at the bottom certainly talk to me > I wonder if you cropped out the hills across the waters and left the lower figures & waves ... to me it makes it a cracker of a shot and well worth display on the lounge room wall

    Hope this helps
    Phil
     
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    Lovely colours you've got there. I agree with ozzie on the crop to the last, possibly with a bit of artificial vignetting , the second could also lose about half the sky, a central horizon is rarely helpful.
     
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    Beautiful terrain you have there. I also agree with Phil's suggestion for the third. Well done.
     
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    Oh Lynne, you're developing your skills extremely well! I'm liking the whole 3!! I'd like to show you a couple of edits if that's OK. They don't need much and nothing too severe, but just to give them a bit more appeal. I think they are great shots :)
     
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    certainly issac. thankyou all for your comments.
     
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    are these two ok had a little crop with them!!!!
     
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    Your first crop is a bit too tight imo, but the second is great and has made that a much better capture, one worth keeping.
    Paul
     
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    Agree with Paul that the crop is a touch too tight. I’d keep the nice greens on the cliff, just lose the sky. It’s a well seen and taken photo all the same. The second edit is very nice indeed. :)
     
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    I agree with Paul and Jason about the crops. All your images needed was to add a bit of contrast and some slight straightening. My favourite is #2 so I framed it for you:)
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    i like very much!!!!!!. thankyou so much isac.

    hi isac, could i ask what size you did the picture?.
     
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    How did you accomplish the frame, Isaac? Lovely touch! I’d like one please...
     
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    Not sure what you mean by size Lynn. Which photo are you referring to? I just downloaded your original posted images and did the edits on those. I do the best I can with those small sizes. I did all these changes in Faststone Image Viewer. The frame I did in Photoshop. Cheers, Greg

    Thanks for that @ImSoQuazy I did the matte and frame from Photoshop actions that I wrote and you can download them (freebies) from my website at https://www.isacimages.com.au and there's lots there. Help yourself and have a play.
     
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    Thank you Isac. Very kind of you!
    Paul
     

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