Pines+Snow=Pictures

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  1. CMan

    CMan TPF Noob!

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    Some pics from recent snowfalls. Shot them with my film camera, had them put on a disc. Wasn't expecting very good quality, and I got what I expected...I really need to get a negative scanner.

    Anyway...

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    Vignetting?!?! I shouldn't have vignetting...

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    Oh yeah, hehe... :lol: My snowman. I have more pics, but this is what I felt like posting.

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    By the look of things, nothing's in focus in Photo 1.
    A snow covered garden is a nice view and I can never let our garden go un-photographed when we get snow, but very soon after having taken those photos I begin to find mine quite boring :( ...

    Of these I think I best like Photo 5, that expanse of snow-covered meadow against a partly cloudy sky. That one's quite nice.

    And your snowman seems a friendly fellow! Nice smile. Good posing! :D
     
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    I love the fifth one. Nice colour and composition.
     
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    #6 is pleasing, but the branches on the RH side should be cropped out IMO.
     
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    #6 :thumbup:
     
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    with a little cropping, #4 would be sweet!
     
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    Number 5 does it for me, it's very good.
     
  8. CMan

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    Wow, thanks for all your comments and critiques guys! I appreciate them.

    Myopia, I agree...I need to crop some off of the bottom and a little bit off the right side.
     
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    #5 is a great shot!!!
     
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    The first one is blurry, but I really like the feel of it. I'd crop off the right side and a little off the top to make it square and then re-vignette the corners to match the lower-left one. Sharpening will only go so far, but you might be able to help it along a little bit.
     

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