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yeah but the creates a centrally composed horizon... when I was there the sky was really overcast - shame as the day before was clear blue skies....

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No offense to Fixazh, but I like John's original much better. Less sky (and often no sky) is better when it's blah like it was that day.

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Yes, the sky a very lot ... and I cut autumn .. but I still see to do more of the sky, in my unprofessional opinion

 

A bit more

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There is no sky. Best case is. to replace it. I tried it and it simply didn't work well. I would let it go.detail is lost in the distance.

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yeah but the creates a centrally composed horizon... 

What? I mean crop the sky at the top of the hill on the right. That would make the valley the center of attention. By the way this picture suffers from Mike Norton's First Rule of Landscape Photography: There is always 1 too few or 1 to many trees. What is meant by this is the picture needs a foreground object and a tree can sometimes be the easiest way to provide it. 

 

http://www.mikenortonphotography.com

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What? I mean crop the sky at the top of the hill on the right. That would make the valley the center of attention. By the way this picture suffers from Mike Norton's First Rule of Landscape Photography: There is always 1 too few or 1 to many trees. What is meant by this is the picture needs a foreground object and a tree can sometimes be the easiest way to provide it. 

 

http://www.mikenortonphotography.com

One big problem..Like I said there is NO distance detail. and The green color is weird.

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Laurin need symmetry, a lot hill on the right. Mike needed dominant - the object of attention. Sky and trees - poor lighting. Poor guy, John.
Yet there is a problem of focus, sharp looks only the left part of the frame...

I think John was shooting gray clouds and forest green, but was carried away of post-production.... Although me like this photo. I looked photo this mountain in Internet, John's photo is unique.

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What? I mean crop the sky at the top of the hill on the right. That would make the valley the center of attention. By the way this picture suffers from Mike Norton's First Rule of Landscape Photography: There is always 1 too few or 1 to many trees. What is meant by this is the picture needs a foreground object and a tree can sometimes be the easiest way to provide it. 

 

http://www.mikenortonphotography.com

 

Sorry Mike my comment was aimed at Fixazh..

 

I am not overtly attached to this image TBH - as the expression goes "you can't polish a turd"

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