2 Autumn Shots For C&C

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  1. DennyCrane

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    As always, questions, comments, and cheap shots welcome, thanks!
     
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    Absolutely love the first picture.
     
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    Like the second best. Good details and sharp with just enough dof. The first would have been better if tighter, a little to much dead space.
     
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    Thanks, Riley & tjones. I also took this one:

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    But chose the first one because this one's background seems a little distracting. But yeah, I see what you're saying. I might crop some out when I print 'er.
     
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    I really like both images. The second one definately makes me feel like fall.
     
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    great background on the first one. green is nicely exposed in the second one, i would have removed the pine needles on the right and that out of focus tip of a leaf in the foreground as well, they are degrading this image.
    i like the low light on the acorn, well captured.
     
  7. DennyCrane

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    Better?
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    I'm really not good at this kind of thing... but it seems like it worked OK. And yes... I agree. Cleaner shot now.
     
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    I really like the second posting. Quality is still there with the subject more pronounced.
     
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    much better dc. a lot calmer of a scene. your cloning is barely noticeable.
    in future you can save yourself a lot of pp time by paying attention to these things.
     
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    Thanks. Will do!
     
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    Both shots are very nice, #2 is beautiful great job DennyCrane
    Even Grandma approves it :thumbup:
     

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