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  1. I may regret bringing this up but . . . Do you submit photo composites (i.e. change skies, add elements or dramatically change your original photos through plug ins, etc.) or do you have some ethical aversion to doing so? Secondly: If you do submit composites, is it your goal to make as realistic an image as you can (paying close attention to color, light direction, etc.) or is your primary goal to make the end result as dramatic and "eye catching" as possible? Before I go any further, I need to admit that I am guilty of making "sizable adjustments" to some of my submissions so I am in no way claiming some ethical superiority in asking this question. Based upon the best selling images of almost any category, it is obvious that it pays to "Enhance" your photos. SO. . . Do you do "IT"? If not, why not? Is it lack of programming capability, skill, ethics or what? Without creating a platform for bickering and argument, I would like to hear your thoughts on this subject. Please be respectful of your fellow contributor. Thanks!
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