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Just trees..

Jason

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Premium Member
Some trees catching the sun across Llyn Dinas in Wales that caught my eye as I drove past. Had to stop for a snap or two.

Fuji Xt2, 55-200


Lakeside
by Jason, on Flickr
 

H1ghlander

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I do like that but think the Orton effect (or similar) is overdone. IMO when using this effect it should be subtle, barely discernible.
 

Banjo Ryan

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Very nice Jason. I think the dreamy appearance could be more focused on the middle of the frame, and then fade out / darken towards the outside to keep the eye settled on the middle of the image.
 

Jason

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I do like that but think the Orton effect (or similar) is overdone. IMO when using this effect it should be subtle, barely discernible.
You might be right. I was watching one of Tom Heaton’s videos while editing this and he used the OE. It’s his fault.:) If I’m honest, the pic is a tiny bit oof as well. I forgot to switch the ois back on after a tripod shot.:ops:
 

Pete Larkin

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Colours and light give great impact, though I agree that the fluffiness is a little bit heavy.
 
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