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    My Hallows Eve Trip Through The Graveyard

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    Thanks for looking! C&C encouraged!

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    Re: My Hallows Eve Trip Through The Graveyard

    Nice set. My favs are 5, 8 and 9.

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    Re: My Hallows Eve Trip Through The Graveyard

    Tyler - I find it a bit difficult to provide useful C & C on 12 images coming at me all at once. I think all that can be commented upon is the overall sense of the the set. You may want, in future, to think about just putting one image at a time up for comment.

    That being said, it is obvious, to me, that you have put a lot of thought into your composition. That, I think, shows through in the creative and imaginative approach you've taken.

    One of the biggest challenges in this sort of session is controlling the sky. I think what we can see here is that you've lost all detail in the sky, so we have a white featureless element in the frame. Managing exposure so that you retain detail in the sky that you can then maybe bring out later in post-processing is one of those skills that it's well worth trying to master.

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    Re: My Hallows Eve Trip Through The Graveyard

    Thanks guys! Yeah, the sky. It was a white, foggy morn with no detail in the sky so all I could try to do was to limit it via composition as best I could.

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