My tree at the sunset

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  1. Birinni

    Birinni TPF Noob!

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    Cool, is that the same tree from the 'alone' thread?
     
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    Ohhhh yes! :mrgreen: But I've shot this about 4 hrs ago...
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nicely composed, with wonderful colours in the sky, but something makes me feel this tree is a bit too massive to be ideally suited for a silhouette only. I myself do miss a bit of detail in it (and if that detail were black leaves which we would be able to distinguish from each other).

    But that's only a feeling I have.
    Since I'm all without any formal education in photography, I am not the one to give you any proper critique, ever. All I can communicate is feelings I have when I look at a photo.

    And one feeling says that I do like the "waving band of clouds" that seem to blow around "your" tree! :D
     
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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I agree with LaFoto (Are we even allowed to disagree with her?). The other niggle I have is that the tree breaks up that nice cloud pattern; it would have been perfect had it been all to the right of the tree, but nice image nonetheless.
     

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