Civil War

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  1. ahuguley

    ahuguley TPF Noob!

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    Anything you see that I might need to correct? This is just a portion of the complete image.

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    Now that is something I do not see everyday. Good shot! I would like to see the full frame.
     
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    that looks awesome! the crop doesnt quite sit right with me post the whole image and maybe others? that would be tite
     
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    Alright, I'll post the full one in just a few minutes. I'm not too excited about the cropping job myself. I should probably consider taking that tree out (the one on the far right).

    By the way, I took this shot (well, many) at a civil war re-enactment at Tannehill State Park. I thought the Sepia mode would be perfect for this occasion. :)
     
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    Wow I feel like I am really in the Civil War. Great job!
     
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    great pix
    but they seem a bit too much in focus
    and i know it's hard to get only certain things in focus with new camera
    but this are nice
     
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    Great pictures you have here. The sepia works perfectly with these types of shots.

    I agree with controlz. Everything seems to bee too much in focus which for me takes focus away from the subjects. You can possibly try blurring the backgrounds or try a tighter crop.

    Anyway, that's just how I see it. It depends on the look you were going for. Either way they are still great pictures. Good work.
     
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    I really like the first one, great shot.

    Howerever, I couldn't help but giggle at the guy in the back of the line picking his nose...
     
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    crop the tree out on the right and then take a lil off the top (viewing from the original) if u ask me
     
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    Hmm, using a low f-stop would have been a good idea. Perhaps I'll see what I can do with a soft blur - maybe even try a texture filter.

    Thanks for all of the responses, btw.
     
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    These are the kinds of subjects for which sepia works best. I wasn't aware until now just how endearing sepia can be.

    I like the pics
     

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