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  1. #1901
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    Lukas,

    I like the light on the hills in the middle ground of that first one directly above. However, I think that the foreground is too bright and distracting. I would consider cropping out those first two biege hills and perhaps even the clipped sun in the clouds. Just take it down to the essence of that sunlit ridgeline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    This one I really like.

    Re the others it's the blur of the hills against the sky I don't like. The hills draw my eye but they're not sharp for me. For instance the power lines in the 2nd.
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  3. #1903
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    I think perhaps I cranked the sat up too high
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  4. #1904
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    What is that? Is the horse pulling the thing your standing on? I think the saturation is fine.
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  5. #1905
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    kgosden, DPR - Thanks for the input.

    DPR - The saturation looks good to me. The yellow railing isn't helping the shot any though.

    Back to the ocean. It's an older shot though.
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  6. #1906
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    The Suprestitions

    Back on the road. Hiway 88 past the Lost Duchman Mine. I plan to travel a lot of the Arizona backroads. This one (road) passes 3 major resevoirs as it winds it's way past Four Peaks and some really rugged terrain.

    More to come on my smugmug site. Yes I realize that the corners are dark... will be fixed before printing.
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  7. #1907
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    D70FAN,

    Lost Dutchman State Park is great in Spring if you get any rain. I hit one of the best poppy seasons in years in March 2008. I think that the fields there were the best I saw that week. Much more scenic than South Mountain or Estrella.

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    Thanks for the feedback. Sitting on an old horse drawn tram. Dear daughter wouldn't give up her seat to let me sit at the front so I got plenty of shots of railing
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    Hills near Adelaide taking the kids for a drive
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