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Great abmdsudi 2015-08-14 22:07

Namaste Arunava
A breath-taking landscape showing the extensive depth and feel of vastness making the eyes busy hovering around the scene. I think is what you do best here but on the minus side;

The colour is over saturated especially on the sky area which does not appear natural on my screen

Halo effect, you can view the haloish around the edges especially when you enlarge it greater than 100 percent, due to a strongly lit area exciting its less well lit neighbours. The only easy remedy I have tried is to lessen the exposure which carries with it.

Hope this explains, you may disagree with me, but that's my sincere constructive critiques hopefully this is acceptable. Appreciate your great effort coz 'You Dont Score If U Dont Shoot'
Congrats. tfs
Best wishes

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Old 08-15-2015, 07:45 PM
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Default To abmdsudi: Thanks !

I agree to almost every aspect of your critique.
Thanks for doing that.
It would be betrayal of a comrade if you do not write what you think is right.
In fact I have learned more in this way.
Request you to see my workshop... in response to Gert.
This is where I debate my point.
I couldn't manage the red hues here in this photograph.
However, if I go on the reverse, I find more of 'blue' which is even farther from the scene I viewed.
I believe the use of filters would be the best solution...
What do you say ?
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