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    Default Not sure what I think of this one yet




    Just wondered what you guys think
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    42 views but no thoughts/replies guess that ain't good then
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    I like your picture.Outstanding picture captured by you.

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    This is a nice photo. I like the warm reflection on the water and the green moss on the rocks pops out and draws interest. Is the bright spot in the lower left corner lens flare? I think that I would clone that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KansaiGreenie View Post
    This is a nice photo. I like the warm reflection on the water and the green moss on the rocks pops out and draws interest. Is the bright spot in the lower left corner lens flare? I think that I would clone that out.

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    Rain drop as was throwing it down lol ... will clone it but wanted to know whether wa worth sopending more time on it at all
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    What's the EXIF data for your photo? Was there any kind of post-processing done? It's beautiful, and I love the ominous clouds in the background with the bright green moss on the rocks in the foreground.

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    My Serif does not seem to save Exif this is a Composite of two shots one massively overexposed and one way under whilst was playing with settings placed them in the HDR merge and bingo this popped up I used a sasturation boost and contrast boost then dodged the foreground rocks a touch and that is it really
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    I like the composition, and there is great depth. Where was this taken?

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    I think it's lovely!

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    I'm really glad to see someone else uses Serif software - I love it. As far as the EXIF information goes, I contacted Serif a couple of months ago about loosing the EXIF info when saving the adjustments. I use Photo Plus X3 - and they have updated it. If you have X3, I would think that the updates are checked for automatically. You might want to contact them, because my updated software is working fine.
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