Misty Web

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  1. Goldeeno

    Goldeeno TPF Noob!

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    After finishing my 7pm-7am shift, decided not to go to bed and given the very foggy conditions thought id see what i could find. Didnt even venture far and found some cool spider webs.
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    Any C&C welcomed, Cheers
     
  2. noescape

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    I am loving these. Especially #1.
     
  3. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Personally, I think the immediate background in #1 is a bit too busy.

    #2 is excellently focused. I just wish the twigs were absent. The broken pattern in the top center happens unfortunately, but love the way you caught the drops of dew.

    #3 is again focused nicely on the web. If the background was blurred more, I think it would be more dramatic.

    Very nice series. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Very cool.

    Eric
     
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    Excellent captures.
     
  6. The Empress

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    great job! I do see kundalini's point about the backgrounds, but personally i think that they add to the shot. I think that w/o them the shots would be a little boring, and less natural, but thats just me lol ;)
     
  7. danir

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    I love the framing in the 1st.

    Dani.
     
  8. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    My favourite is the second, the focus on the "pearls" of water is perfect! And it seems like with the fog and low light you had to expose for long (?) and still got it so sharp. Did you really bring your tripod out? Shame on me for never really doing that then... :oops: I think I should work with the tripod more often!
     

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