First planned photo session.

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  1. Shaneuk

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    Anyone?
     
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    I like #1, but I would try to clone out the flare.

    Nice concept in #5 but the sun unfortunately drowns out the web a little too much.

    The rest feel to me like they're lacking something.
     
  4. Shaneuk

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    I shot the first one for the flare.

    I know what you mean with 5 it was a really hard shot.

    Thanks for the feedback.

    I think most of them lack foreground.
     
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    I don't know thast foreground is the issue..

    #1 is interesting and the flare is a good idea, but it is way overexposed... If you plan to sillouhette, then you should expose on the bright sky to get the definition there............. the sillouhette objects will stay and the bright flare won't be blown out..

    The rest do not have an interesting subject............. the bridge could be nice but lacks sttong composition...
     
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    Here is an example of the type of composition I'm talking about... It's the same shot, but you have left the shrubs, trees, path...everything chopped off with no cohesiveness to the structure.......
    this simple crop to the subject is much more appealing and identifies your shot taking it out of the snapshot arena, into the photography arena....
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    I disagree. I prefer the original, I find the path leads the eye to the subject quite appealingly.
     
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    I kind of agree, I think it needs the path, but it doesn't need the bushes on the right hand side.
     

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