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Thomas78
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Would like some critiques on this photo. Monkey pod tree in Moanalua gardens. Not sure the age of the tree but it's at least a couple of hundred years old.Taken with 7D,10-22mm@17mm. Anyway,lmk what you guys think.

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Amazing tree, the photo however appears very over processed. Too much saturation and a halo around the tree.

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Post #3, May 08, 2012 02:43:29 as a reply to Titus213's post 19 minutes earlier.


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Much, but still over saturated I think. Still see a halo on the right side of the tree but it could be me at this point (it's late here).

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Looks good to me. Might be some clouds back there Dave.
Quite an interesting tree.
You might step back a few paces and try to get it all in next time.

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I still see a halo around the tree but looking past that....that's one cool tree!

Post #6, May 08, 2012 11:17:55


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Very cool tree, I wanted to say it was shopped at first, but I guess it is real.

I too see a bit of a halo on the right.

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Nice shot. I've never seen a tree quite like that.

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