St Brigid's

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  1. megapaws

    megapaws TPF Noob!

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    I don't know... looking for feedback. You comments are welcome & appreciated.

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    Thanks for looking
    Suzanne
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Here I quite like the POV of Photo 3, the very steep look from below up to the top. I am undecided about the branches, though, I think I would clone out the top one...

    The immediate thought I had when I saw Photo 1 was: too much headroom. It is not much, but I would have wished for the church tower to reach higher up within your frame there.

    AND I am now curious to go inside!!! ;)
    Have you been inside?
     
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    Thanks for the feedback LaFoto. This is exactly what I was looking for. I wasn't sure about the trees in #3 either. I'm not that good at photoshop, but I'll try to remove some of those branches later. No, I have never been inside. Actually, when I drove by the other night, I realized that there is some beautiful stained glass windows. I'll have to go back for a night shoot. I don't know that I'll ever be brave enough to go inside... especially with my camera.
     
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    Looks like a lovely place. Were there more shots in this series, or did you just get the steeple? I like the angle of #3. Very crisp shots... looks like it was a beautiful day for it :)
     
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    First off, I think the colors are incredible. very crisp.

    As far as POV, I'd pick #1. It is a clean shot of the subject only.

    I like #3 as well, and the branches do not bother me.
     
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    Just the steeple... It's not far from my place though, so I can always go back when I have more time... looking to shoot it at night, but unfortunately, nothing above ground level is lit up at night.

    thanks for the comments Bow & WNK
     
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    Great shots. I think #3 is my favorite.
     

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