I think it looks nice...if you want some gratuitous advice, here it is...if not, stop reading...Most people hate a "know-it-all."When you shoot a picture, always check the frame and make sure you don't have objects intruding that you don't want in the picture (although you might have wanted the branches as a type of lead in...I think this would look even better if you bumped up the contrast a tiny bit too...I am looking forward to checking out your photoblog...What type of camera do you have?
I love advice! I don't really know what I'm doing! :) My son is teaching me photoshop techniques one at a time, but it's slow going. My friend helped me take out a green post that was sticking up by the trunk of the tree, and I took out a glare spot on the lower right. Actually, I have a copy WITH the glare spot on my album blog. (forgot which version I was posting). I have a simple little Kodak Easy share Z710. It has 10X xoom and 7.1 megapixels....and it was on SALE! lol
I think that it looks great!!
Most of my photos were taken with a Kodak DX7630....until I upgraded. I like Kodaks a lot, except for 2 things...they have a lot of noise when you shoot in low-light conditions, and when you zoom out, they have excessive chromatic aberrations...you can correct for that by hitting Ctrl-U in photoshop, selecting Magenta in the pull-down menu and desaturating just that color. :) Psycho
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