Mt. Shasta and Lake Siskiyou by Kyle Jones
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Thank you very much for sharing your deep knowledge and understanding of photography.
Your insights on what we see in nature, like the brightness of reflections, and how to pay attention to these things when processing photos are extremely valuable.
Sometimes I will look for objects to add in the foreground in an effort to create depth in the photo. Many times, the foreground object turns out to be a distraction that I end up cropping out. In this picture, I liked the rock at first, but I much prefer the cropped photo.
I also wish that more of the cloud had been included, and I agree the a vertical composition would be good.
Nevertheless, I was captivated by the original photo, and when this happens, I tend to overlook possible improvements, making me grateful to you for teaching how to make great photos.
BTW, I hope that you are working on a Lightroom 4 ebook similar to your Lightroom 3 ebook. It will be a must-purchase for me.
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