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Challenge: Sunset or Sunrise II (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Landscapes
Camera: Canon EOS-5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L IS
Location: Home, Australia
Date: Jun 21, 2014
Galleries: Sky
Date Uploaded: Jun 21, 2014



[Jun. 27th, 2014 03:56:38 PM]

My two favorite trees of home :)

Statistics
Place: 13 out of 96
Avg (all users): 6.2642
Avg (commenters): 7.2000
Avg (participants): 5.8654
Avg (non-participants): 6.6481
Views since voting: 377
Views during voting: 211
Votes: 106
Comments: 10
Favorites: 1 (view)


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07/01/2014 07:37:49 PM
The word WOW immediately came out of my mouth as soon as I saw this. Beautiful all around.
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07/01/2014 05:49:31 PM
I love this for so many reasons - in my top 10!
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06/30/2014 12:58:11 PM
Looks like a painting Bob Ross would do,and leave us thinking "How the heck did he do that." Very nice.
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06/29/2014 11:57:31 AM
the clarity, and grace of this shot moved it strait into my top 10. good luck.
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06/28/2014 03:38:54 AM
Wondrrful scene. But the heavy handed processing is a large distraction.
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06/27/2014 02:46:03 PM
Coulda been gorgeous, but you just cooked it too long. Structure is not always your friend. So much potential, but I almost want to say I can name the HDR Efex Pro preset you started with. 8 that became a 5
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06/26/2014 06:21:28 PM
I just love this. maybe a tad over processed but early light does this. So you are forgiven and a fav from me and an 8
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06/26/2014 04:02:39 PM
a little too processed for my taste and those trees take up the majority of what your eye goes to here. my thoughts would be to drop the trees (and 15% of your processing strength) and give viewers this vista with that sky and i'd expect you've got yourself a ribbon contender on your hand.
6 from me otherwise.
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06/25/2014 06:48:02 PM
Wowww... This is the RIGHT way to do tone mapping!
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06/25/2014 02:35:03 PM
A pleasing composition, but not hugely keen on the style of processing.
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