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03-03-2021, 01:30 AM - 3 Likes   #1
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Excellent detail and colour. I would have liked a bit more open space on the left and perhaps a little less sky. Small criticisms for an other wise good image.
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I agree with Bruce. The picture is great as it is - the colors and processing are great, but a crop towards a widescreen ratio, taking off a bit of the off-focus grass in the front, and a bit of the extra sky, would look even better.
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I agree with the feedback so far. Just a little more on the left would have helped so you didn't crop the tree. I'd be tempted to shoot from closer to the ground to cut off the sky a bit.

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I see whatís been said, my eyes see ... too much. I would tighten way up and concentrate on the shed and trees.

But I didnít shoot this so I canít say what you saw, only what I see.

Overall itís an enjoyable image, beautiful natures scene.


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03-08-2021, 06:31 AM   #6
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bruce Clark Quote
Excellent detail and colour. Iwould have liked a bit more open space on the left and perhaps a little lesssky. Small criticisms for an other wise good image.
QuoteOriginally posted by ChristianRock Quote
I agree with Bruce. The pictureis great as it is - the colors and processing are great, but a crop towards awidescreen ratio, taking off a bit of the off-focus grass in the front, and abit of the extra sky, would look even better.
QuoteOriginally posted by MSL Quote
I agree with the feedback so far. Just alittle more on the left would have helped so you didn't crop the tree. I'd betempted to shoot from closer to the ground to cut off the sky a bit.
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I see whatís been said, my eyessee ... too much. I would tighten way up and concentrate on the shed and trees.
But I didnít shoot this so I canít say what you saw, only what I see.
Overall itís an enjoyable image, beautiful natures scene.
Hang up and DRIVE!

The crop on the left was to cancel the tree that didn't come out whole, and I also took into account a panoramic format to crop the sky (boring) and the grass.

Thank you very much for your comments!


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The crop on the left was to cancel the tree that didn't come out whole, and I also took into account a panoramic format to crop the sky (boring) and the grass.
I prefer the uncut version. The small portion of the tree on the left hints towards the row of trees extending out into the distance.
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I prefer the uncut version. The small portion of the tree on the left hints towards the row of trees extending out into the distance.

Ditto.... I donít know why but seems more natural


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I would crop a bit of the sky, and possibly clone out the powerline tower between the trees.
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I prefer the uncut version. The small portion of the tree on the left hints towards the row of trees extending out into the distance.


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QuoteOriginally posted by MikeMcE Quote
Ditto.... I donít know why but seems more natural


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I would crop a bit of the sky, and possibly clone out the powerline tower between the trees.
I prefer to clone - to intervene as little as possible in the image, especially in terms of static elements of the landscape. I always try to integrate them into the "narrative".
This photo is taken in a very urbanized area, it is a part that preserves the rural essence in a very densely populated and industrial area. I like to have some element that reminds us of it.

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