sihouette

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  1. outlandishogle

    outlandishogle TPF Noob!

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    Tell me what you guys think. i dont know if i like this or dislike it.

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    I like it and the color is good, but I would photo shop the plant out in the front...its messing with the look and very distracting.
     
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    Great photo, but it doesn't look like silhouette. You can still see the foreground.
     
  5. outlandishogle

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    i agree with taking out the plant i will try that. thanks for the feed back!
     
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    Redo>>
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  7. LaFoto

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    I don't think the ground offers enough of interest to merit a division of the photo into two halves, bottom half almost black, top half sky. That sky looks like it was a lot more interesting, yet we get to see only so little of it. A pity.
     
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    I agree with lafoto, raise the horizon and place something lighted of interest in the foreground, or pan up to the sky and maybe use the shrub or something else as a true blacked out sillouette. Beautiful sky though.
     
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    i think you should crop ought a lil bit from the bottom. but besides that i think it looks great
     
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    I agree with Rom, but it does look a lot better now that you took out the one bush.
     
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    thanks for the comments everyone!
     

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