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Thread: Winter Landscape

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    Winter Landscape

    Another one from january. This group of pines , are one of my favorites. They are located on a golf course and winter makes the perfect time to shoot these beautiful isolated trees. This time, a bonus , there was a group of geese under them feeding.

    Tv(Shutter Speed)
    1/250Sec.
    Av(Aperture Value)
    F13
    Metering Modes
    Spot
    Exposure Compensation
    -1/3
    ISO Speed
    640
    Lens Canon 35 f/1.4 L
    -
    Focal Length
    35.0 mm




    Winter Landscape

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    Re: Winter Landscape

    It really is a nice scene, Steve. I especially like that the clouds provide such an effective background. A small detail that works really well for me: the one goose with its neck fully extended upward. I would like to see more space above the trees and even wonder if a square format would work well.

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    Re: Winter Landscape

    Nice elements. Some more foreground to anchor it better would have been nice. I don't know if that was an option as it looks like you were below them? Nice clouds also.

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    Re: Winter Landscape

    Thanks for posting guys. This is only very slightly cropped. I shot it tight as possible to give the geese more weight. Any wider, and i was afraid the geese would look like little specks.

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