Some Nature Shots

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  1. msvg

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    I know there a lot of Photos so I apologise about that. Any CC?
     
  2. slizerama

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    Wow, that is a lot of photos. You might get more CC if you posted a few at a time. Oh boy. Alright.

    1: The daisy seems quite underexposed. I like the shot, but it's tooo dark. :)

    2: I love this one! The intricacies of the fern are well-emphasized with the sun shining through it. What about getting down lower and putting it against the darker background? Right now, the background seems cut in half. But I do like it.

    3: Nice detail in these. I would chose a different angle with this as well, maybe swing around a little. The shadowed bells on the left are distracting me.

    4: Meh. Nothing here for me. I see what you are trying to say, but it's...meh. That sign is distracting too.

    5: This one isn't doing anything for me either. Because the tree trunk is so dark, the canopy and sky are over exposed.

    6: This one is nice. Well exposed. The sky is a lovely blue and the pines look very nice against it.

    7: I like. Good job.

    8: Same as with the daisy. Quite underexposed. The composition isn't doing much for me either. It's too centered.

    9: I do like this better than 4. But now it's overexposed (lol, lots of exposure talk). The sky is way blown out and tops of the pines in the sunshine are melting....

    10: Unfortunately same as above. I love the composition though. I'm sad that the sunshiney bits are blownout :( It has such potential as a lovely photo!

    11: Did the indians build these? The photo makes me curious.

    Anyway, keep shooting! You will get better at it and start seeing things to fix yourself. You've got some good shots here and some not so good. But don't we all! Good luck! :D
     
  3. msvg

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    Wow thanks! Definately things I can work on.

    Just the reaction I was going for but in actuality I built those lol.
     
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    LoL, very artistic! :lol:
     
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    ha! There are so many of those rock formations on the way up to canada. I saw hundreds heading up north for a fishing trip and couldnt figure out who built them!
     

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