I took these shots a bit over a week ago. I found these balanced rock things someone had set-up so I figured they'd make some interesting foreground interest.
I'm not too sure how I like these overall. Honestly, I'm only really happy with 1 image, and another I am on the fence about leaning towards liking it. When I took the shots that night I remember feeling like these would turn out amazing. The image on the LCD looked great, but then I started editing after a while had passed and I didn't get that same feeling.
I'm curious what others think, and if there is anything I should have done different to be more appealing. Please offer some C&C if you have the time. Thanks.
1) I thought this would turn out spectacular, but after editing I'm not so sure. I know the moving clouds screwed me over a bit, and I fixed them a bit, but I dunno.
2) I have a portrait comp of this, but I somehow liked the landscape better.
3) Tried an experiment here. I normally never shoot selective focus for sunsets, but I really like this one and I'm going to make a point to do this more often. Especially since the Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 provides so much flexibility in that regard. I love it!
4) I shot this one while waiting for some people to get out of my way on another composition, but I ended up liking this one too. The log really drew me towards this composition.