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Feb 14, 2008 06:25 |  #1

My first landscape post:) I usually concentrate on taking pics of the daughters but I'd like to broaden my horizon;) Taken with the kit lens during the middle of the day.Did this on the spur of the moment and thought I'd post it:) 18mm iso100 f14 1/125. Av mode. Any settings that you would do different for the same shot?
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Feb 14, 2008 12:27 |  #2

It looks so nice and green there! I'm in the middle of winter - getting ready to shovel out for the third snowstorm of the week.

The only thing I would change in to crop out the bricks on the left side.


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Feb 14, 2008 14:30 as a reply to  @ BIG H's post |  #3

Woah. nice shot but I too would crop out the bricks.

It sure doesn't look like that down here in Canberra. Our grass prefers to grow to knee/hip height and turn golden...


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Feb 14, 2008 20:06 |  #4

Agree on the crop.


The goal is not to change your subjects, but for the subject to change the photographer.

  
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Feb 15, 2008 20:52 |  #5

I like the green myself as I just spent some time in the desert, but the truth is- the fence and road lead your eye to the side and right out of the picture. The composition on this is not too good in that sense. You might try again from another spot. steve


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Feb 15, 2008 23:53 |  #6

ajosteve wrote in post #4926809 (external link)
I like the green myself as I just spent some time in the desert, but the truth is- the fence and road lead your eye to the side and right out of the picture. The composition on this is not too good in that sense. You might try again from another spot. steve

Fair enough I took another which may be better in composition.:confused:

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Feb 16, 2008 21:05 |  #7

That second shot is a much better composition...Nice going...steve


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