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Old 07-29-2013   #1
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Taken from a lakeside......c&c


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Old 07-31-2013   #2
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Taken from a lakeside......c&c[/url]
It's a nice scene and you were there at the right time.

The image is tilted towards the right. That should be easily fixed.

Framing the scene with the tree is a good idea, however if the framing takes up so much space, specially in the middle, the picture becomes about the framing and not the landscape. And for the picture to be about the tree, you would need to take more care to compose the image. A solution might have been to use a tele-lens instead of a wide angle it to give the background more weight in the image.

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Old 07-31-2013   #3
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thnx Korman....for appreciation.
reg tilt, yea, I fixed it & in the first instance it looked corrected...needs one more click.
-It came on our photowalk, and missing it in full composite, I wud hv cursed myself, since in composition full tree counts as is shot. I understand ur idea over the middle portion of tree covering the ''landscape''.....while shooting and afterwards too, I was of the view of retaining the centre tree portion as there is nothing of substance behind the tree branch. The only intention which exists is to frame the temple, which unfortunately came smaller being at distance.
-One thing, besides thinking of shooting with a long focal lens, as it wud have come....cropping it from the middle branch to the left of frame wud give the result of a tele lens....however with tele lens will bring forth the temple closer,but may result in the tree branches going oof or soft, that is still not my idea. thnk u once again for good suggestions. I will try if it still exists with a tele lens.
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Old 08-01-2013   #4
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Would love to be right there
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Old 08-02-2013   #5
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welcome Antonio1996.


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