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Kerrits
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Does this work at all?

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For some reason I somewhat like this one. My only complaint is I wish the object in the foreground was slightly more in focus, I think that it would set the tone better. The lens flare is somewhat distracting also.

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I like this... flare and all.

Usually, the flower in the foreground would've been your subject but since you blew it out of focus now my eyes keep searching for a main subject. I think it could use something else like a person running/standing over the hill but the composition and lighting is great!

Ironically, if you had focused on the flower it would've been a kicka$$ photo since some of the lines seem to converge into it, even the lens flare.

Post #3, Mar 31, 2009 10:01:42


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nice start. but i find something distracting about that fuzzy ball in the foreground. nice lens flare

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Max Demian wrote in post #7636427external link
I like this... flare and all.

Usually, the flower in the foreground would've been your subject but since you blew it out of focus now my eyes keep searching for a main subject. I think it could use something else like a person running/standing over the hill but the composition and lighting is great!

Ironically, if you had focused on the flower it would've been a kicka$$ photo since some of the lines seem to converge into it, even the lens flare.

+1 , re-shoot it!

Post #5, Mar 31, 2009 11:36:28


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I am a fan of flare.so the rest of the photo didn't grab me.lol.this is what I saw right off.the bowl like effect of the land and the flare...

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