Lone tree

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by skylark, Jan 16, 2006.

  1. skylark

    skylark TPF Noob!

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    Just bought the Bronnie to complement the Lubitel, my first 'serious' camera.
    Shot on HP5 @f8 1/500. 80mm lens.

    Not too sure about the density of the highlights but I think it shows the sky off well. As always comments welcome.
     
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    I quite like this. I can't comment technically, cuz I know nothing :) but I like the shape of the tree, the wintery bleakness of it. Compositionally, I am wondering what it would have been like it you shot it with the tree over to the left, and the space to the right...
     
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    Glad you like it, the bleakness was my aim.
    I might try your suggestion , I cropped to fit the tree in frame but could move it over, alternatively I could flip the scan in PS :D and see how it looks.
     

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