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Looking for improvement This is the e-group critique board. If you post a picture here it will be assumed that you are looking for comprehensive technical feedback - both good and bad, but always respectful. Only post pictures here if you can deal with potentially negative constructive criticism. Anyone is qualified to comment and post feedback, and everyone is encouraged to do so. NB: "Looking for Improvement" is the place to post any pictures you would like advice on improving, no matter how bad you might think they are.

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Re: Rubbish in Wide photography.

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Ref the lonely cloud, I would leave it in. I think it adds to the scene. As for straightening the horizon, again I think it adds to the scene, tells a story. But it is for personal taste. De-fishing sometimes takes out some of the edges of the photo...…………...

Cracking photos either way...……….
Everybody was just shooting with single frame , and I couldn't much, those super cool exposure sensor shift didn't work as the clouds were moving So I did what I do best Panoramas.

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Re: Rubbish in Wide photography.

Should I defish the crater photo in Post #25? It sure looks shallower then this.




This is a vertical 3 landscape photo of the crater.
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Re: Rubbish in Wide photography.

Should I remove the lens flare?

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Re: Rubbish in Wide photography.

Probably better without the lens flare...………….but its your taste again..

Does not really detract from the photo, but the flare tells a story (sunshine)…...
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Re: Rubbish in Wide photography.

Love the first few shots in the thread - great execution.


Lens flares ? I'd remove them as these are very distracting to me.
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Love the first few shots in the thread - great execution.


Lens flares ? I'd remove them as these are very distracting to me.
Did the removal but the photo seems not quite right hence reverted back to the flare. It seem to point to the group of people giving the direction of the eyes.

There are too many marks in the foreground and the sky is also a mess of blue and white. BUT those round flares seem to be odd out but it points down to the group there, breaking the mess.

So I decide to leave it in.
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Re: Rubbish in Wide photography.

Lens flare is a photographic "trademark".

Not always beautiful, but as you say sometimes works to the advantage of the picture. I am 70:30 in favour on this one, it tells a story...………….

And that is what we are trying to do, Peut-κtre………………(Almost my entire vocabulary)
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