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11-07-2019, 09:07 PM   #16
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thanks for all the comments

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Truly Inspired. Beautiful colors
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Nice work.This is not the second image from a different angle?
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Nice! I can see this as wall art.

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Lovely warm tones, great texture, lots to look at.
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Neat shot. Lovely texture in the wood!
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I look at this image and there are just small things I would change but I really like it. I love the shape and positioning in the frame but want the image just a bit wider so that the texture isn't cropped. This is one where having things close to the edge seems like it would be fine. I don't know if the image is a bit soft from some slight motion blur as the shutter speed is stated as 1/10s but on my monitor it looks not quiet tack sharp. If it was shot handheld you did a very good job but if possiable use a tripod or push the ISO up. If you are concerned about pushign up the ISO and getting noise you could alwasy shoot at what ever ISO you need to and then stack images to drive the noise down. I've done this when I don't have a better solution. I would also consider opening up the aperture a stop to see if you by stepping back can get the whole front textures sharp but having the background in the upper part smoother and a faster fall of in the lower right to really make the texture pop.

All in all I like this image and most of my points are just things to possibly consider.
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I think this type of images needs more megapixels. You could attach it from a panorama with the same camera. The tree has so much details and in this form we can't see it, although the image is sharp. I like the colors!

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Looks great to me. Like the colors and texture.
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nice one!

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