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    In the woods ..

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    Re: In the woods ..

    Hello Jeff,
    may I ask what was your intent while tacking this picture, and in presenting it? Did you want us to know you went for a walk in a wooded area, to present a certain aspect of these woods, in a certain light maybe? Did you want to receive comments on the subject or the quality of this image?

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    Re: In the woods ..

    Quote Originally Posted by wlou View Post
    Hello Jeff,
    may I ask what was your intent while tacking this picture, and in presenting it? Did you want us to know you went for a walk in a wooded area, to present a certain aspect of these woods, in a certain light maybe? Did you want to receive comments on the subject or the quality of this image?
    "may I ask what was your intent while tacking this picture"

    You may...

    " Did you want us to know you went for a walk in a wooded area, to present a certain aspect of these woods, in a certain light maybe? Did you want to receive comments on the subject or the quality of this image?"

    All of the above ...

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    Re: In the woods ..

    Well Jeff, it is always nice to know what the intention of the photographe is.
    So Jeff, what was your intention? Put an other way: what is the subject of this picture?
    If you would like comments, you should write something like: comments appreciated.

    I have many pictures like this one. I call them my "tourist pictures". Tourist picture for me is when I see something that I find interesting while walking and I quickly snap a picture, and keep going. I may used them to go back later when the time of day would give an interesting light or shadow, the sun ray would light the moss on a particular tree, or the leaves would be glowing red in the sunset.

    Now it is your turn to describe your picture. This is a good exercise to see what it is you took and keep adding to your knowledge as a photographer.

    Fair enough?

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