Jacob's Ladder

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  1. sillyphaunt

    sillyphaunt TPF Noob!

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    :p Okay maybe not.. But my first pic for HEAVY critique.. Have at it.. I'd love to have any tips on shooting this type of thing.

    There's a couple here, all the same thing.. different angles.

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  2. munkyofdth

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    In the first one, maybe you could have changed the dof to include more of the ladder in focus. The others seem to have just the end as the main subject so having the other end of the ladder out of focus makes sense visually. Then again I'm a newbie so I may be completely wrong, this is just my opinion.
     
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    No that makes sense, good point. Thank you :)
     
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    Anyone else? I'd really like something on this.
     
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    i like the DOF and sharpness of #1. nice work.

    suggestion: in the future only post one image for critique. too many to consider usually gets no response from viewers.

    i like your work a lot. you have a good eye judging from your compositions and your use of DOF is good! :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks for the tip. I'll do that next time. And thanks for the compliment :)
     

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