Critique Road turn Mountain Parnitha

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Welcome to NikonCafe!

You have created a very interesting composition. The road leads the viewer's eye around the curve and into the beautiful view of the valley and the mountains in the distance. The clouds add a lot of interest to the sky. It appears to be properly exposed and good depth of field.

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Welcome to NikonCafe!

You have created a very interesting composition. The road leads the viewer's eye around the curve and into the beautiful view of the valley and the mountains in the distance. The clouds add a lot of interest to the sky. It appears to be properly exposed and good depth of field.

When you create a thread, look to the left of the Title line. There is a drop down men and you can choose "Critique" which lets everyone know that you are open to constructive feedback.
Hello , this is my first time uploading my photos on public forums. I appreciate your critique . This photo of course is a result of a little Lightroom work , but the result i believe is not bad. I need to make anything else? Also I work with Nikon D3500 and this photo shooted with AF-P DX 18-55mm VR (Kit len).
 
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Two things....the image could have included more of the curve, more of the outside edge. Wider angle or step back (if you can). Also the image lacks a defined subject. The curve leads the eye around but the eye does not get to settle on something. A car coming or going, a person sitting/leaning on the stone rail, etc.
 
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Two things....the image could have included more of the curve, more of the outside edge. Wider angle or step back (if you can). Also the image lacks a defined subject. The curve leads the eye around but the eye does not get to settle on something. A car coming or going, a person sitting/leaning on the stone rail, etc.
Thanks for your critique. Your idea about more curve is right and i will try to be "more wide". About defined subject again you are right, a person will be perfect.
 
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