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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by itaik16b, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. itaik16b

    itaik16b TPF Noob!

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    rom a more milatery look...
    taken in isreal on a milatery memorial...

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  2. photoftheday

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    hi!
    the foreground is verry disturbing! i think you should have tried a different approach. Maybe you have more photos from there!
    good luck!
     
  3. MrLogic

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    The idea is good. If it offends some people, so be it.
     
  4. astrostu

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    It doesn't "offend" me, but I don't think the effect you're going for works. My first impression was that there foreground is just in the way and you can't see much of the mountain because of it and the fairly dull colors. But if you're going for some sort of artsy military domination of nature or something where you're using the out-of-focus foreground for a purpose ... it doesn't really work for me. I don't have suggestions on how to make it better because I'm not sure how. But, sorry, it doesn't really work for me.
     
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    It doesn't really work for me, either. The idea is good IMO, the execution... not so much.
     

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