Advise needed on Spain photo.


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charmingorion

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Hello all, my photos have something not right with it. I'm not sure why...it doesn't seem good.

I would really appreciate it if some of the professionals here would comment on the photo below and tell me what I did wrong here. Is it the composition? color hue or too bright?

Aso, I have this problem that once HDR is performed with Photomatix, resolution is lost. How does some of the professionals here retain their resolution and sharpness? Is there any adjustments i need to make in photoshop?

Your advise is greatly appreciated.

 

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wildsoyabean

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cant see image...
 

night86mare

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link is not working for me either.

i have been busy, i'll reply your pm when i have more time. apologies.
 

charmingorion

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link is not working for me either.

i have been busy, i'll reply your pm when i have more time. apologies.
oh dear......i can see it on my screen of the 2 pics i've just posted but you guys can't. gees....i'll try again tml.

sorry audience for disappointing u guys/gals...sigh....
 

night86mare

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oh dear......i can see it on my screen of the 2 pics i've just posted but you guys can't. gees....i'll try again tml.

sorry audience for disappointing u guys/gals...sigh....
some hosting sites, you need to open the right link ONCE

then after that you can keep seeing it..

you have to give the right link. maybe use another host?
 

weimng

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IMHO, the image will work if you lose the greens in the foreground.
 

siewmai59

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also maybe shifting your area of focus more to the left (ie, the buildings) and thus bringing the sunset more to the right of the photo...and removing the greens as well. :) imho.
 

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