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    Weekly Critique Thread: February 6 - 12 - Closed

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    Love the moodiness. The barren gnarly tree works perfectly to fit that vibe. I might consider cropping a bit from the top too.



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    Panasonic GX7 | 18mm | f6.3 | 1/160s | ISO 125
    More winter dunes pics. I really liked the shape of the gnarly tree and its roots. Probably could use a bit more crop from the bottom and maybe some local adjustment to the contrast to make the front tree pop a bit more

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    The atmosphere is great. I always love foggy shots.



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