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Winter Fence Row
 

Winter Fence Row


eric_jordan1
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Taken with a tripod at f/22 in February 2001. Circular Polarizer used for effect.


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I think that this photo is pretty good but I am not sure. Tell me

what you think of this if you wish.

 

Also check out the rest of my photos in my portfolio too.

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I can see what attracted you to this scene, but it needs a little work. A vertical would be better. There is a branch coming out of nowhere from the left, and too much empty field on the right. That still leaves the brightness mismatch between the sky and foreground. You need a graduated neutral density filter to balance the two. Also, watch for tilted horizons. It's a great image waiting to happen. I'm guessing this view is facing north. Try again in early morning sunlight. Then you may not even need the ND-grad.
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I like the colors of the sky and grass, as well as the silhouettes of the two trees. Not sure about the tilted horizon--it's a little disconcerting.
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The horizion was actualy level acording to my spirit levels on my tripod. The gorund is slanted and terraced in the area, so a level horizion would be impossible. As for the tree limb, my print that I scanned to get this did not include the tree trunk that is actualy on the slide. Thanks for the comments. I am going to go back to that spot and see what I can do to improve upon this shot.
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I like the photo the way it is.

 

The lighting is good. The golden hue of the field in the lower right side, contrasts beautifully with the clouded skies and the dark trees on the left. I am not sure about the use of an NDF. May be it's a good idea.

 

As about the scanning problem, all you have to do is to rescan the photo.

 

Good photograph anyway.

 

Congratulations

 

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