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    My Rainy Day In The Graveyard

    I found a small area in the graveyard near an iron fence. The deadly nightshade berries added a layer of interest.

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    So what do you see that is good or could be improved upon?

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    Re: My Rainy Day In The Graveyard

    They are all nice pics. #5 is my favorite of the lot.


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    Re: My Rainy Day In The Graveyard

    The first two images don't work for me because there is too much information. The last three work especially well for me because they have the exact opposite characteristic that the vital information is separated from the other information due to composition and, in the case of the third and fourth photos, use of selective focus.

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    Re: My Rainy Day In The Graveyard

    Very nice treatment of the drops.

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    Re: My Rainy Day In The Graveyard

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buckley View Post
    The first two images don't work for me because there is too much information. The last three work especially well for me because they have the exact opposite characteristic that the vital information is separated from the other information due to composition and, in the case of the third and fourth photos, use of selective focus.
    Hey Mike. Feel free to manipulate the images you're talking about and repost for me to see. I did not really see what you're calling information overload.

    Thanks.

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