Some Shots From The Willows

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  1. The Nine Deuce

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    Hope this is the right section for these to be posted in. Looking for some feed back on them so please dont be shy.

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    #1 - Really don't care for this shot...it's just a rusty sign on a tree. Sign is centered and the image is slightly underexposed.

    #2 - This shot is a little better than the first. Still sort of centered and slightly underexposed again.

    #3 - This shot doesn't do anything for me...it's stone steps. Not very interesting.

    #4 - This is a better image because you took it from a different point-of-view and you filled the frame with the subject. I like being able to see the textures of the stones and moss. Exposure is pretty good.

    #5 - I think this shot would have worked better in portrait orientation.

    #6 - Nice shallow DOF but the flower is smack dab in the middle of the frame. Flower could be brightened up a bit.

    What kind of camera are you using? What mode are you shooting in?
     
  3. The Nine Deuce

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    Thanks for the feed back. Im using a D60, still very new to it. I was shooting in programable mode.
     
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    I think 4 is your best shot, the colours are good and the composition is dead on.

    I like the subjects in 1 and 2 because Ive got a soft spot for rusty things:lol:
    In my view, composition in 1 could have been improved by offsetting the sign and cutting most of the tree out of the right hand side of the picture. In 2 the composition is quite good but the exposure is a bit off.

    3 and 6 are a bit bring in my eyes, nothing too special about them. No. 5 could have worked a bit better is the sky wasn't so dull and as Samanax said, if it was in portrait instead of landscape.

    Just my humble opinion :)
     
  5. TriniPhototakeoutta

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    Nice shot. Like #2
     
  6. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I like #2 albeit a bit bright & #4 which is the best in my opinion.
     
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    Thanks....appreciate the feedback
     

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