" Mornings First Light "

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  1. New England Moments

    New England Moments TPF Noob!

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    Simple Scene showing the use of Early Morning light for shadows, and more or less, that Golden look??


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    Beautiful photo. It's got a real 'harvest feel' to it. :)

    I'm not sure, but I think I'd have cropped it a bit more tightly on the left.
     
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    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    I like it. You seem to have captured the essence of the subject. You've even managed to get the wind vane in a clear spot between the branches of the trees.

    Personally, I'd kill for any trees at all round here, much less a weathered old barn and some leaf colour.
     
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    Lovely. You should have kept if for the Nov comp!
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Lovely light and composition! And COLOURS!!!
    You selectively brightened the shadowed side of the barn, didn't you? That brought about some colour abberration. Which does not diminish the "pleasing-ness" of this photo.
     
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    Although I am pretty new to photography and may not quiite have a place to critique.....I really like this picture. I like the composition and the vibrant colors. I personally think the crop is fine. I like how you can see the fence has some wave in it. Nice :)
     
  7. New England Moments

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    Hey Thanks Each of you, Much appreciated!

    La Foto..... Guess I got to get up even earlier to fool some ? lol, correct, felt it needed to bring out some highlight , rather to leave it in the Dark...

    I did lighten that shadowed area, lightly..
     
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    is that picture edited?

    none of my photos ever turn out that like

    what equipment do you use?

    very nice photo, i would leave it as it is
     
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    It's a very busy, yet simple, looking photo. I enjoy photos with a lot going on because it gives me more to look at and try to figure out. The colors are really amazing here though. Well done!
     
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    sorry to stray O.T. here but are you retired and or a "professional". Your images are spectacular and each shows different times of day in our great part of the country (when i'm normally at the office!)
     
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    Thats most definatley a keeper!

    Great JOB!
     
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    I like this photo. It has great detail, exposure, and focus. Great post edit work--it even looks HDR.

    I like the way you composed the photo to keep the shed from being located exactly on the rule-of-thirds. The shed is located in more of a centralized position to allow the shed to share some of the interest with the other elements.

    This is a 'wall-hanger'. Classic and seasonal.
     

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