"At the Edge of Things" (3-12-16 009v2) is one of those new ones I mentioned yesterday that I'd taken and not yet had time to load to my computer, much less work on. This morning I found that this one of the bunch is a rare pic that not only came out as I'd hoped when framing the shot, but also needed very little work. Just did some cropping to get the proper dimensions for my online printer (or I might have left it as it was), a wee bit of color work to get the contrast right, and a teensy bit of painting out of a distraction in one corner. I'm really getting it that I have to respect my camera's need for more light than I often take photos in. I.e., I think this pic came out as clear as it did because it was taken in bright light that was off to the right over my shoulder. As I mentioned here a few days ago, using the portrait setting (weird, but true) more often would help. Portait does better in questionable light and will auto-flash when it's way too low. (BTW, just used the close up setting on this shot.)
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