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  1. dmatsui

    dmatsui TPF Noob!

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    naturally any comments are welcome. Do you guys think that the tree is to centered?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, I prefer the vertical photo of the tree ... but that's up to each and everyone and their tastes, really.
    The street scene has too much sky for my liking and I feel a horizontal photo with less sky might have been better... Photographing in the fog is intersting, I think!
     
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    I like the landscape (horizontal) view of the tree the best. You get the perspective of the other trees in this view. There's also too much foreground in the second one in my opinion.
    And, yes, too much of nothing with the sky in the first one--needs cropping. I'd crop to the top of the buildings on the right. Nice perspective with the buildings in this one too. The mist/fog adds drama. Nice work!
     
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    many thanks for the comments :)
     
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    Wow, that first shot is great! I would love that setting for some automotive photography!
     

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