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  1. BroMiCs

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    Hey everyone. I am new to photography. Just learning to use my new Canon T2i (550D)

    This is one of my fav shots that I have taken so far. (Only had the camera for about a month)

    Let me know what you think..
    I tried a couple of different focal points but this one seemed to pop the most.

    I am always open to words of wizdom.
    Spend too much money on the camera and can't afford lessons yet..lol

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    A nice image with a lot of potential - I would consider experimenting with a monochrome conversion on this. As-is it's nice, but appears to have a slight yellow cast, perhaps a minor WB issue. I would also consider a shooting position a little more to the left, so that the fenceline appeared to start in the middle of the frame, and maybe a tigher crop to eliminate some of the trees in the background. Keep at it!
     
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    Thanks for the advice!

    I tried a few positions and even strait on but this one seemed to be best.
    If you notice at the very bottomm left, there is a yellow poll. Any more to the left and it would have been directly in my shot. The yellow is probably do to the fact that I Had the camera set on cloudy because it was an over cast day. Something I am sure I could change is PS.

    How's this?

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    I like the arrangement of the last photo, but both look to me to be oof.

    What are the settings you had for these shots?
     
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    Nice, but perhaps early or late in the day with long, strong shadows would be more visually interesting.
     
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    .... oof I hope thats a good thing..lol

    As I am very new to photography I am just learning to use the features of my DSLR

    I was using Apature Priority, f/4, ISO 100, WB Was cloudy, color settins were set to vivid blues and greens
     
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    Yes I agree shadows would have really added some dramatic effect but I was on a road trip and just happened to see this... in fact what I saw was a tree that had broken in half and was so old it had no bark and was blue. I pulled over to photograph it but nothing i seemed to do looked good, but in the same place was this fence and BAM it was a geat subject..

    It was overcast but still bright that day so the light really washed everything out.

    It was taken at aprox 5 pm
     

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