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    Winter is here! we had several days of frosting and two days of 5+ inch snow. I am glad I went out on this day @ 30 degree weather.
    Canon 7DII + 180/3.5 + tripod
    f/11, 1/80, ISO 800
    DPP4, A stack of 10 images done in Zerene Stacker, PSCC + NIK tonal contrast and detail extractor
    Appreciate comments and suggestions

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    A nice find, Ravi! The stacking, diagonal comp, and clean background worked well here. You might consider brightening it just a bit overall to see if you like that better. Very well done!

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    Love the frost here. The diaganol framing is right on. Nice background as well. Stacking worked very well.

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    Very nice indeed Ravi, the background could perhaps be brightened a tad, i think it would help reduce the strange colours at the junction of light and dark. This is something I have come to notice on cropped sensors, it is far less noticeable on full frame.

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