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DPChallenge Forums >> Individual Photograph Discussion >> Red Rocks Park - critiques requested
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06/04/2006 02:12:12 PM · #1
I think you are 95% there on these composites...

1st shot... I would soften the line between the hillside and the sky... looks to sharp and out of place...
2nd shot... the blue in the sky looks out of place in this shot... Im thinking toning that down a tad...
Take it or leave it... just one opinion :-)
06/04/2006 01:00:21 PM · #2
Thanks guys!
(And a bump for the day shift.)
06/04/2006 03:17:44 AM · #3
Nice pics! I think I like the first one better. I like the triangle created by the flowers, the hill and the sky.
06/04/2006 03:15:26 AM · #4
I like the sky in both shots and they both look good. The first I like much better. The second has almost no detail in the flowers.
06/04/2006 03:09:35 AM · #5
i would have guessed other new techniques, not composite. Meaning you did a fine job on it.
06/04/2006 02:45:41 AM · #6
Both look very nice, but in the second one the sky looks a bit weird at the horizon...
06/04/2006 01:54:11 AM · #7
One more:

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06/04/2006 01:09:22 AM · #8
I tried a new PS technique. I'm deliberately leaving exactly what vague here because I want people to really look at the photo before reading the comments. Tell me what you think? Please? Mille grazie!

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