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Old 'Bama Barn

 
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Oct 04, 2012 20:04 |  #1

I've been meaning to get this picture for a while. Finally took it yesterday. Located in Alabama so fall leaves haven't turned yet (not to mention we have mostly pine tress anyway).

Asking for my first critique and criticism please! Something, ok probably a lot of things are off buy I can't tell what.

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Oct 05, 2012 00:25 |  #2

Great scene. The really bright row of grass in the foreground is fighting against the idyllic barn. I would crop the bottom. The architecture, the nestling into the woods...worthy of lots more experimentation!


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Oct 05, 2012 00:32 |  #3

I agree, crop the bottom edge




  
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Oct 05, 2012 00:49 as a reply to  @ rick_reno's post |  #4

Agree with the above, but beautiful scene...Very good light.


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Oct 05, 2012 15:12 |  #5

agree with the other about cropping the bottom a touch


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