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    Abstract tree

    f 25 1/40s is0 Abstract tree 200 Just different c&c welcome.

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    Re: Abstract tree

    Works OK though. Composition, focus and exposure are all good.

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    Re: Abstract tree

    Original versionAbstract tree

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    Re: Abstract tree

    Thanks john just posted original

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    Re: Abstract tree

    I prefer the second photo, which I like a lot. I might like the first one more if it had at least as much space as the second one. Despite that I think the strong style requires more space than the second one to be as successful, it has less space.

    Both photos would be improved for me if you would eliminate the branches on the right side that are coming from a tree that is farther to the right.

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    Re: Abstract tree

    I prefer the 2nd as well.

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    Re: Abstract tree

    I prefer #2. In fact, to me it is superb and I'd hang it on my wall. A few points
    - Agree with Mike, I'd clone out the branches on the right side
    - There is also a tiny twig at the bottom foreground I'd clone out
    - There are a number of dust spots (probably from a dirty sensor), I'd clone them out and clean the sensor as well

    Great work, I love it

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    Re: Abstract tree

    Two great shots.

    Like other posters, the second works better for me, though. It's purely personal, but it conveys the stark nature of the landscape, and has a feeling of loneliness. I also agree with the comments about the branches on the right.

    I'd certainly be happy to put either one on my wall, though.

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