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    Where would you crop?

    This is one of my favourite spots in Tassie, but it has, as you can see, a horribly mucky foreground. The red rectangle shows my crop - where would you put it. Feel free to copy the image - it's only a small jpeg - and put your set of lines on it.

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    Hope you are enjoying being a Tasmanian.
    I would like you to be able to keep some of the rusty old buildings in the bottom left, but not easy to do.
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    Had problem just getting the lines on, so here is my suggestion. I wanted to include the old building also, and a little of the fence.


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    This photo doesn't have a main focal point which makes it hard to crop to improve it. It looks like a beautiful day and location but this photo doesn't do justice to the location. Always try to create a point of interest in your photos so the viewer can relate to your experience of being there.

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    Yes, it's a toughie. I wish they'd bulldoze all that crap at the bottom of the frame and plant some trees!

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