Cody, Wyoming

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  1. plumkrazy

    plumkrazy TPF Noob!

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    Here are a few from my recent trip to Wyoming. I know the first is tilted.

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    wow these look great to me give a real feeling for the place, especially like the first 3 :D
     
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    I really like the crisp snow on the wood in #1.
     
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    #2 is very cool!
     
  5. plumkrazy

    plumkrazy TPF Noob!

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    Thanks guys!

    I'm really trying to improve my composition skills. I even bought a book with pictures on the same area to see how a professional photographer photographed the same area. I have never photographed snow before. The last two were from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, it's a huge museum that's pretty neat.

    And if anybody is interested I have more on my website.
    pbase.com/plumkrazy
     
  6. usayit

    usayit No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Wow.. the first and second are perfectly composed. Congrats on some great shots.
     
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    Great work! All are well composed, although I prefer the second. The only thing I would change on the second is to rotate it a few degrees. That will fix the tilted looking landscape, although the bend of the tree might look too extreme.

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    woops, I forgot to say that you're making me miss Wyoming! I moved to the Netherlands, so thanks for posting up some great images of my home.
     

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