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Old 07-17-2018   #1
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Mt Rainier and farm. Panorama shot.

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Lovely shot.
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To me, I'd try cropping the right side off just to the right of the last shiny roof. Would bring it more to less of a long skinny rectangle and emphasize the mountains more.
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I saw a modified form of this image on another forum. Even as is, I like this one better than the other version, and Mr. Pickles' suggested modification would make it even better.
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To me, I'd try cropping the right side off just to the right of the last shiny roof. Would bring it more to less of a long skinny rectangle and emphasize the mountains more.
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I saw a modified form of this image on another forum. Even as is, I like this one better than the other version, and Mr. Pickles' suggested modification would make it even better.
Maybe this is a little bit better. What do you think?

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Too tight on the right for my taste, especially since the main building is uncomfortably close to the right edge of the image frame. I was thinking more of a crop that included the entirety of the summit of the nearby hill and including all of the buildings in this cluster. You might also crop just to the left of the herd of cattle.


By the way, I like the increased saturation of this version vs. the image that kicked off this thread.
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Too tight on the right for my taste, especially since the main building is uncomfortably close to the right edge of the image frame. I was thinking more of a crop that included the entirety of the summit of the nearby hill and including all of the buildings in this cluster. You might also crop just to the left of the herd of cattle.


By the way, I like the increased saturation of this version vs. the image that kicked off this thread.
I don't think this one is going to be any better, but who knows.

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I disagree. It is better.


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