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Aug 02, 2017 12:28 |  #1

This tree poked through the clouds early one morning when I was camping in Big Bend National Park. Thoughts on composition, processing, etc?

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Aug 02, 2017 14:02 |  #2

I like the idea.

Could do with zooming in more, though I assume you went as far as you could.

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Aug 02, 2017 14:39 |  #3

I would do a vertical crop; chopping off most of the right side and a bit of the left.



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Aug 02, 2017 14:58 |  #4

Martin Dixon wrote in post #18417523 (external link)
I like the idea.

Could do with zooming in more, though I assume you went as far as you could.

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Yeah, 200mm was a far as I could go. I could crop in more.

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I would do a vertical crop; chopping off most of the right side and a bit of the left.


Could you show what you mean?


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Aug 02, 2017 16:26 |  #5

I'd crop 1/3 off the bottom. In this situation shooting in manual mode at a slower shutter and lower ISO would give you a sharper image provided you had a stable platform for your camera. Then you would have more cropping/zooming options.


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