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    I love the yak!

    But I think theres a tit bit too much space to the left.... Maybe its just me.

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    Jeff, awesome work with the Yak!! Sharp, contrasty, and the composition is just perfect.

    As to the horses, the leaves are a little distracting. Perhaps a tighter crop would help?

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    Tx DemonicAngelz and Gunbucker

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    Love the yak. The reflection caught my eye first and I was wondering why it was blurred and then I saw the Yak. The red colour from the saddle is an interesting addition.

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    Stunning Yak

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    Thanks guys.

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    i like the horses more! the perspective was really unique. cool stuff.

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    Hi jeffhiew!

    #1 is a stunning picture, but I'm sure you already know that. Absolutely fabulous piece of art, and the colours really compliment each other! What made this picture exciting for me was the texture of the background as well as the rocky floor, which made the subject stand out more. Great catch!

    #2 seems to be an attempt at framing the subject. Perhaps the picture can be further improved by finding at larger 'hole' to shoot out from? The horses are too close to the edge of the secondary frame to garner much visual interest, so what we see are unnecessary clutter.

    I like your style of the clever use of negative spaces. This is where the rule of thirds truly excel in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PointBlue
    Hi jeffhiew!

    #1 is a stunning picture, but I'm sure you already know that. Absolutely fabulous piece of art, and the colours really compliment each other! What made this picture exciting for me was the texture of the background as well as the rocky floor, which made the subject stand out more. Great catch!

    #2 seems to be an attempt at framing the subject. Perhaps the picture can be further improved by finding at larger 'hole' to shoot out from? The horses are too close to the edge of the secondary frame to garner much visual interest, so what we see are unnecessary clutter.

    I like your style of the clever use of negative spaces. This is where the rule of thirds truly excel in!

    Tx guys. Yeap, was playing with negative spaces.

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