Field Shoot. First Post.

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  1. savannahsmiles

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    Great shots. I love the last one, so close to life, really beautiful work :thumbup: :thumbup:

    And welcome to the forum :)
     
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    Nice shots! I would clone out the power lines and level the second shot. With that done it would be my favorite.
     
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    Thank you. I am just learning more about photography so please be critical!! I really want to learn more and more and more!
     
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    nice shot
     
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    Thanks guys.

    @Rally...I do not yet know how to clone things like that. Reading up on it though! Thank you.
     
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    There is a tool in new Photoshop CS5 that will do all the cloneing for you. And leveling is very easy in it too.

    Next time,try to align your camera to horizon right on place. It's not always horizon,but you get my drift.
     
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    The last one is my favorite! Very cute, and the dirt on her toes makes it! by the way, is she holding a real monkey?
     
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    Thanks iArt...I will check that out.

    @dancing....It was her toy monkey. That thing sure was freaky!
     
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    Stole the words out of my mouth.

    Good work. :thumbup:
     
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    Appreciate all the feedback!
     
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    #2 is a good concept, but I don't think it is worth the time and effort to clone out the powerlines. You'd also have to clone out the poles, then, otherwise it'd look weird. And the houses on the hill would probably have to go, too, if we're being so nitpicky.

    A vastly better idea is to put the subject closer to the camera (larger in the frame), shoot with a low f/number so the background is blurred. The mountain is not interesting; it is just a lump of brown, with barely recognizable features. Also consider using some sort of filter to give the clouds more definition and contrast.
     

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