Skyward Tree (C/C Welcome)

Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by SlySniper, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. SlySniper

    SlySniper TPF Noob!

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    Hello,

    Here is my first picture upload in about 3 years or so with my new camera.

    Specs: f 3.5 @1/40 ISO-125. No flash used. Taken about midday.

    I really wanted the crispiness and texture of the bark to contrast with the smooth green leaves. I'd love to hear some feedback.


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  2. Dominantly

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    My impression would be that you over saturated the leaves on the tree and probably the bark a bit as well.
    I see a ring around some of the edges of the leaves, did you do a decent amount of sharpening on the photo?

    I understand the concept of the photo but I might have put the lens a bit closer to the tree and watched the post edit. Maybe isolated the tree top and other parts you didnt want sharpened. A mild desaturation in this photo might be worth a shot.
     
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    i agree with dominantly, it's too saturated, but the composition and the blurred leaves are ok ;)
     

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