Lighted tree with fence

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  1. raul_the_truck

    raul_the_truck TPF Noob!

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    I know that the ground by the tree is too bright, I tried to fix it, but it turned out way too green.

    Tom D.
     
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    I like this image. I really like the fence in the foreground, and I think that if you cropped a little bit of the tree off at the top it would make a stronger image.
     
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    I like the image. Your post processing has given it a sort of sureal feel to it. I don't even mind that the tree is centered. That just goes to show that rules aren't always necessary for art.

    Could you elaborate on how you achieved the soft-focus look without lowering the contrast?
     
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    The soft focus look is there because the photo was shot with a wide open aperature. I also had a 1.7x teleconverter on the camera. I wasnt sure if I should leave it the way it is or if I should sharpen it up in PS.

    Thanks for the comments.
     

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