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Three trees watching the sun go down

 
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Mar 10, 2014 12:09 |  #1

I went not too far away from home yesterday to try something different when it comes to sunset. So far I had rather wide pictures with no real foreground and was in altitude, looking down. I wanted to change that so I stayed in the valley and tried to look for interesting elements to put in the picture.

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Mar 11, 2014 07:24 |  #2

Very nice shots. The perspective in number one is perfect


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Mar 11, 2014 11:03 |  #3

I'm really digging the first one as well, nice atmosphere




  
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Mar 11, 2014 15:00 |  #4

The first one is great! But the focus is not on the trees and it's kind of annoying for the eyes (:


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Mar 11, 2014 16:00 |  #5

Beautiful countryside! I prefer the crisp clean lines in #2. The trees - the main subject - appear out of focus in #1.


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Mar 11, 2014 16:31 |  #6

i love the last one. the skyline is amazing. very dynamic n stunning


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Mar 12, 2014 05:02 |  #7

Thank you very muck for your feedback and comments. :)
I'll have to go back to try again. Love the perspective of the first one but it's true that the trees being out of focus is a little annoying.
Just so you know, #1 and #3 are composed of two pictures (one exposition for the sky and another one for the foreground). #2 is only one exposure.


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Mar 12, 2014 07:35 |  #8

Really like the second shot!!
Thanks for sharing.




  
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Mar 12, 2014 13:55 |  #9

Great shots




  
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Mar 16, 2014 17:05 |  #10

virginie24jb wrote in post #16752526 (external link)
Thank you very muck for your feedback and comments. :)
I'll have to go back to try again. Love the perspective of the first one but it's true that the trees being out of focus is a little annoying.
Just so you know, #1 and #3 are composed of two pictures (one exposition for the sky and another one for the foreground). #2 is only one exposure.

Dont forget to update this thread if you are shooting the same scene again


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