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    A little different

    After I finished my intended images this morning I was waiting for the fog to lift a little so I could chase birds. This is the result of a little spurr of the moment play. C&C welcome.

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    Re: A little different

    Cool. Nothing better then shooting stuff around you when waiting for the birds to come.

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    Re: A little different

    Hi Paul,

    For me, the tree behind is too central with nothing in the top left corner - I wish you had moved a little to camera left, panned right, so the we ended up with the leafless tree on left third, conifers on right third and fungi in the middle - however, I can see that would alter the relative positioning of the fungi detrimentally, what you have now is good, with a diagonal line leading up to the conifer.

    I guess the main issue I feel is the blandness of top left corner, although that's not the subject and I am but one person.

    Maybe this is the best there is to be had of this location - without resorting to tinkering with reality with a clone tool

    Cheers,

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    Re: A little different

    Thanks dave, yes I too see the problem. I was up against a tree on my right and could not go further that direction, I think the idea works, the image does not. In this one the for worked against me. In the few I posted before the fog was the only way I could make the image work as it concealed the distractions.

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