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Re: different crop
Wow, you even cropped tighter than I did, and I still like it.
What I meant is that in my crop the highlights that are left are almost pure white, thus the image looks overexposed. Getting the exposure where you want it is one reason for cropping first. Of course most of us crop last.
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