Red Barn In Snow

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  1. tmpadmin

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    I did some PS touchup (had to take something out). However, no colour adjustments.

    As you can tell I'm new here and actually just getting back into photography. The last time I took a photo for pure art was before digital days (excluding this one). I'm attempting to purchase a good digital slr soon (any suggestions?).

    Anyway I feel a little foreground cropping is in order here and possibly to the right of the barn. But I wanted to jump into the forum to hopefully get my camera warmed up.

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  2. oriecat

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    Very nice! I wouldn't crop it a bit. You've got a good border at the bottom before you hit the bottom of the wheel and on the right you've got that whole tree and bush. I dont think it would look as good if either of those things were cut in half or something. Just my opinion of course. Love the colors!
     
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    I like it...I must be going through a B&W phase though, because I've just tried it in B&W and it looks even better than colour (to my eyes)
     
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    Did try the B&W. Maybe it's the new advertisements but I liked the bold red among the B&W of the trees and snow.

    Actually just opened the B&W one I have and I kinda like it...
     
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    love the color contrast... good work!
     
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    nice colours
     
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    I think it is a great photo just the way it sits.
     
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    The colours are superb. I like how the rest of the scene is totally devoid of colour. I agree with oriecat about cropping the bottom. Hope we get snow here soon!
     

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