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A step between winter and summer.

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Size:  83.1 KB I still have a watermark because this is an old picture. Fall is my favourite<3 The colours of the leaves are just so beautiful.

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    This is a very nice Fall shot, beautiful colors. Besides the GIANT watermark, there is one distraction to me, the gutter grating. Do you have Lightroom or Photoshop? Practice some of your cloning and see if you can remove the grating and make it look like you didn't touch it.
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    I like the overall comp here but to me, this image is underexposed. I see many areas of near pure black when imo there should be more detail.

    For a shot like this (shooting into the light), unless you are shooting on manual mode and you know what you are doing - you will need to add exposure using exposure compensation in camera, on every single camera mode (except manual). The same principle applies on a $100. camera or a $5000. camera, it's how all photography works.

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    Thank you and I know, I realised after that the watermark is big and I didn't even notice the gutter. I have photoshop but I am not familiar with it so I really don't know how to use it.

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    Thanks. I just noticed the black areas. I still need to buy a camera. I am just practicing at the moment and yes links would be helpful

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