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    Member Hunt'N'Photos's Avatar
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    Not bad. Very nice color and the exposure is good. You really want to watch what is in front of the lens when your shooting. The twigs and such will keep it from being all it could be. Another tip would be to try and include something in the forground to add interest to the image. Keep it up and good luck!
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    I think the foreground is a schotch to dark, a split ND filter would be great in that situation or you could do some HDR provided you shot raw Also you should make your horizon leval... But nice compostion.
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