A nice walk through the forest, C&C PLEASE!

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  1. MarkV1184

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    I took a walk through a forest preserve by my house armed with my camera and my tripod. These are two shots I've gotten around to processing. The one with the bridge was shot through a chain link fence with vines all over them, so the angle and focus was pretty limited.

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    Well,
    #1 why is the tripod in the shot? it doesn't really add anything to the scene. But IMO i would've gotten around 50-70 feet closer to the tree on the left.
    #2 Can tell the fence is there so you could try to incorporate the fence into the scene or get a ladder to hop the fence. :)
     
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    Lol, the funny thing is that I got half way up the fence hoping to get over it and get a nice shot, but there was about 4 layers of barbed wire at the top.
     
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    #1 - War Of The Worlds?

    #2 - Did you shoot this through a chain link fence?
     
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    I'm not really sure what the deal is with 1 and 2 I would have tried to incorporate the fence somehow xxx
     
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    horizon is crooked in the first one right?
     
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    just tilt your head to the right a little =)
     
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    #1: GREAT shot of a tripod. I've often wanted to get a shot of my tripod but haven't figure out a good angle/perspective yet. Boy, you nailed it. That's the best tripod pic I think I've ever seen. The legs look slim but rigid. The legs are spread properly for great support, it's very masculine. The rule of thirds is appropriately applied and the location is inspiring.

    #2: Not so much.

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