Muskegon MI

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  1. CreAting iMagERy Art

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    Shots from a campground in Muskegon, MI that I thought had good composition. C&C is appreciated and really look forward to.

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    haha #5 is awesome. #1 might be a tad centered
     
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    Number 1 would be a little stronger if it wasn't so central; the rule of thirds would have helped more here. The horizon in #3 is also off a bit too. I like the colours/tone in #4, it definitely has a good mood effect.
     
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    i agree with the posts above on #1

    4 is my favorite, i like the soft colors and it has a moody feel to it

    5 is also good, even thought the subject is centered the focus sharp and you make good use of DOF
     
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    Thanks for the feedback, Wish I could go back right now and re take the first one. I will take the advice and add it for next time. Number 4 was probably my favorite of all of them with the colors and mood. #5 was luck that he happen to be in that right spot with good lighting, but i like the composition of it. Thanks again for the comments and I will keep everything into consideration for future photos.
     

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