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Nice, especially like what you did with the river, not sure about the branches from the tree on the far left though, they just distract me from the main picture for a few seconds

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28 minutes ago, carl123 said:

Nice, especially like what you did with the river, not sure about the branches from the tree on the far left though, they just distract me from the main picture for a few seconds

Yes, but I found the few seconds distraction quite a positive one. I would keep them.

John

Windows 10, Affinity Photo 1.9.2 Designer 1.9.2 and Publisher 1.9.2 (mainly Photo), now ex-Adobe CC

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Thanks a lot for all your comments.

After many years of photo-shopping, Affinity Photo now is a real alternative to me.

The longer I work with it, the more I like it.:)

Workflow and handling are different to PS. First I found it strange (somehow round the bush). After all I got used to it.

As soon as you got its clue you will find it locical and sensible.

There is obviously a lot of thinking behind it! Just go ahead this way! Its fun to work Affinity Photo.

See you with nice pictures

Klaus

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P.S. The branches of the tree on the left is an issue to think about (keep it or drop it??!)

Distraction on the one hand vs. some kond of imbalanced weight to the right?! I do not know myself.

 

 

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It's certainly pleasing to look at. The only thing which spoils it a bit for me is the cloned clouds top left of the picture - duplication is a tad too obvious.

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