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    c&c most welcomed.

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    doesn't impress me...
    my feeling towardt this photo is inbalance..

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    I kind of like the effect given by the fish eye lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesmun18 View Post
    doesn't impress me...
    my feeling towardt this photo is inbalance..
    what do you mean by inbalanced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liew View Post


    c&c most welcomed.
    your perspective tilted towards the right. nice effect esp the blur on a Fisheye. but would be better if can contain the whole tree.
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    lack of contrast, and this image make me dizzy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    your perspective tilted towards the right. nice effect esp the blur on a Fisheye. but would be better if can contain the whole tree.
    thank you for your advise, but that was the furthest lowest i can go already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    lack of contrast, and this image make me dizzy
    overcasted day and i think i used the wrong colour settings. couldn't do anything to save the contrast without losing details.

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