Dbayyé - Winter 2005 - Monochrome

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  1. Trombone

    Trombone TPF Noob!

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    Hey there,

    50mm at f/22
    ss 1/125
    Tripod
    Superia Realla 100 ISO
    Hue/Saturated a bit

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    Comments?

    peace,
    Trombone
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    As much as I like the silhouetted trees that you only get to see in winter, and as much as I like your colouring, I still miss the trunks. I would want to see a whole tree, I think.
     
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    I have to agree with LaFoto. I love pictures of bare winter trees, but for me, the best part is being able to see the whole thing.
     
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    I don't really miss the trunk as the others do...I think the limbs are really neat, but I would like to see a sky with different colors, really dark blues or reds, stormy...something more needs to be added.
     
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    Totally agree, the composition is very good but the same framing in early light would be fantastic
     
  6. Trombone

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    i definitly framed it that way intentionally, it was shot at sunset, i didn't want to shoot a clichet naked-trees-shot, we have enough good ones already ;-)

    cheers to your constructive comments,
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    I like the composition just fine, but your sharpening is way off the hook.

    There's halos around every twig.
     
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    i've been gettin that a lot, on many of my posts, it seems what is beeing shown as over sharpenned, is not that visible to me, the halos from here are barely noticible on few of the branches, yet you say that you can spot them on every twig, so what's the problem??

    thanks in advance,
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