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    This is shot from the 'beach' below where the Faralya Sunset shot was taken.

    Tree and Rocks

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    Last edited by peterb533; 20th May 2009 at 01:12 PM.

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    Re: Tree and Rocks

    If anyone has any comments on this, i.e. composition or treatment suggestions, I would welcome them. Always looking to improve.

    Peter

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    Re: Tree and Rocks

    Quite like the 'old film?' effect, its a pity the stray branch is hanging down along with the upper bare branch pointing out to the left.
    My eye seems to go straight to them.
    Maybe you could remove that.

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    Re: Tree and Rocks

    Nice composition. It reminds me of some of the Ansel Adams compositions. If you have the software a little burning on the rocks may add to its strength. When I see these king of images I always expect pin point sharpness and massive DoF. You can blame Mr Adams for that. I expect it is because the era that this kind of image is associated with 'required' that sharpness to pass the stuffy shirt test. So for authenticity a little more sharpening, but watch out it may do some odd things with the foliage.

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