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    Mt. Shasta CA with Lenticular Clouds.I believe that is what they are called.

    Nikon D850
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    Your comments please...Terry Johnson

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    Very Nice Capture.

    I wish there more space in the bottom. Nice Clouds and everything else looks good.

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    Thank you for your comment, I always appreciate the input. In reference to your suggestion, there is more space in the original image, however, I did not want to distract from the image of the mountain.

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    Hi Terry
    You have captured a pretty scene with interesting cloud. I think the composition is perfectly acceptable and nicely balanced without being a knockout (bit like my river scene).. I also think you have pushed the upper half of the image (with brightness/contrast layer?) however which is perfectly fine by me, but i do think it has bleed over onto the ridgeline running approximately through the middle of the image and this darker ridgeline does not ring true, for me anyway.. If I am right about what you have done (and I am probably not..) I would try feathering that edge first (easy..) or refining the mask edge (a little more tedious) so the ridgeline lightens up a little...

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    Don, I did use a filter on the middle of the image and did notice I have a residual affect on the ridge line. I tried a couple of times to reduce the after glow but ran out of time so I decided to leave it the way it was.

    Thanks for the input

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    Very nice composition Terry! I would add back in a little more space on the bottom as well and agree with Don's critique of the ridgeline.

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