Lone Tree on the Hill, Early Afternoon Multi Exposure

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  1. dwol

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    Was walking around the block from my house and entered this park and realised for the first time what was there, just shows to get out more haha.

    I took three different exposures and blended them together in photoshop. I used a crappy 18-55mm non IS kit lens. F16, ISO 100.

    Any comments/suggestions welcome and thanks for looking.

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    Very cool photo, love it.
     
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    Wow, stunning! The shadows bring out an amazing relief.
    Just pity about the spots in the sky, you should try to remove them in Photoshop ;)
     
  4. dwol

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    ah thanks Froggy, hahaha, totally missed them :S and thanks guys for the comments.

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    Way cool! If it were my picture, I'd play around to see what it would look like with some of the brown dirt cloned a little, and might try upping the color saturation on some of the ground. It may look better as is. Just a thought.
     
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    I'm loving it... This image is lovely... I like the shadows and the flare.
     
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    that shadow is what drew me in... wonderful picture!
     
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    I find the sunspots distracting :(

    Very nice image though
     
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    That came out great. I actually like the lens flare.
     
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    Thanks everyone for the comments.

    Yeah will give it a go. it's weird, the final version on my monitor looks vibrant though when I uploaded the image, it looks quite flat (most likely my monitor isn't calibrated). thanks for the input :)
     
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    sweet. how long was the shutter time?
     
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    The shutter speed was 1/60th sec, hand held. :)
     

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