Some pics for C&C

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  1. Dionysus

    Dionysus TPF Noob!

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    Not exactly jumping up and down about these, but havent shared in a while, and this is as good as i've captured in the past couple of days. Maybe sharing will help me out of my rut LOL

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    The colors in the third one are amazing!
     
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    C&C per req:

    1. Nice image, good composition, but somewhat under-exposed. This one needs to be shot with a CPOL to increase sky/cloud contrast, and to help even up the exposure.

    2. Nice, but the background trees look unfocused; is there a DoF issue here? I don't think it's camera shake as the round bale seems sharp. Under-exposed slightly.

    3. Better exposure, but still a somewhat weak sky.

    Three nice images, but all suffering from sky-related exposure issues. None of these images are ideal for G-NDs, so I'd suggest getting a CPOL out and playing around some more.

    Just my $00.02 worth - your mileage may vary.

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    thanks john.

    i have a polarizer, but i always forget to use it.

    any out of focus issues wouldnt be from the settings i dont think ,since they were all shot at f/22, but it WAS handheld near sunset, so some slight handshake may have happened? I dunno. Next time I'll get the tripod out.

    Appreciate the "change"
     

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