Thanks for the resolution advice. Saved me a bit of time on this slow cranky old computer. Worked well, see the new shot below.
It is not so strange that I've got pictures of your backyard. I'd be a 5th generation Ozark Hillbilly if I lived around there. I think I'm related to about half the people in Boone County. My mom lives in Harrison, one brother has a house in Gilbert that back up to the Buffalo River land and the other brother is at U if Arkansas.
I'm a big fan of your work, my family had your photobooks and guide books laying around the house when I was growing up. I knew who you were before I had ever heard of Ansel Adams. Got your latest calender within arm's reach as I'm sitting here looking out at snow covered spruce trees.
Love your backyard. Me and another redneck who grew up in Russleville are bragging about Arkasnas, and since we are both obsessive shutterbugs, people up here in Denali country are starting to see how great Arkansas really is. I'd move back there someday but I've got a serious adversion to ticks. I keep my visits limited to winter these days when the ground is frozen and I can't work.
Thanks for the advice. That is the sort of thing that I can't really figure out by myself. I've got the RAW editor that came my camera and a old copy of photoshop 6.0 that I bartered a friend for and I must say that after about a year of trying to teach myself, I've hit a wall.
Here is a new edit. Is this closer to what the water should look like?
Thanks for help!