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    Weeping willow frozen tears

    5DMK11 F6.3 1/10 SEC ISO 100Weeping willow frozen tears

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    Re: Weeping willow frozen tears

    On my monitor, it doesn't appear to be in sharp focus.

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    Re: Weeping willow frozen tears

    Hi Jack, sharp focus or not, I really love this shot. Actually it is the type of shot where I might purposely decrease the clarity on the tree in PP for effect, which some may or may not like, but like most things comes down to personal preference. Nice work!

    Wendy

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    Re: Weeping willow frozen tears

    I really love this. Great background and I agree with Wendy that a little softness in the focus works well in this instance.

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    Re: Weeping willow frozen tears

    I understand what you are getting at Wendy and Sharon… Agree, it looks nice soft. But Im having the same issue as Chris… it does seem more blurry than intentionally soft. Not sure if that was the PP intent or not?

    Im looking forward to winter photos… Were having a prolonged Fall here where everything is way past peak.

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