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    Tree in Foggy Sunrise

    45mm 1/1500th f/5.6 ISO 800
    Tree in Foggy Sunrise

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    Re: Tree in Foggy Sunrise

    I like the composition, the DOF and the mood of this image, a lot. For some reason I wish the tree in the background was a little lighter but I'm not sure why.

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    Re: Tree in Foggy Sunrise

    Quote Originally Posted by Christina S View Post
    I like the composition, the DOF and the mood of this image, a lot. For some reason I wish the tree in the background was a little lighter but I'm not sure why.
    Interesting suggestion. Will check that out. The original is lighter, but I wanted the colour in the leaves to complement the colour in the grass, and it darkened it a bit. I'll have a play at it and see- thanks for viewing and the suggestion.

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    Re: Tree in Foggy Sunrise

    I am not sure if the original is large enough to support an aggressive crop, but I would like to see a square crop of only the tree and a fragment of the foreground running along the lower edge of the darker vegetation under the tree. There may be a lot of resulting noise but it would be close to an impressionist/pointillist sort of treatment.

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    Re: Tree in Foggy Sunrise

    Quote Originally Posted by tbob View Post
    I am not sure if the original is large enough to support an aggressive crop, but I would like to see a square crop of only the tree and a fragment of the foreground running along the lower edge of the darker vegetation under the tree. There may be a lot of resulting noise but it would be close to an impressionist/pointillist sort of treatment.
    Thanks, Trevor
    Will check that out. Should have plenty of pixels- full frame sensor and I haven't cropped at all as yet. I intentionally shot this at ISO 800 because I wanted some noise in it, so don't think that will be a problem. I appreciate the suggestion.

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