The big star in the sky

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  1. bumsrmyfriends

    bumsrmyfriends TPF Noob!

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    This was taken in Minnesota at a conservatory with a disposable camera (my digital camera had died on me). Please tell me what you think!

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    JonK I want MORE!!

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    It looks like a cool spot for pics. Lots of interesting angles , etc.
    I think i would have preferred to see you concentrate more on specifics like the star lamps and the patterns in the cieling rather than an overall shot.
    I think the spot has loads of potential and if you can get back you should do so.
    Hope I'm not being too harsh. :)
     
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    You aren't being harsh at all, I really do appreciate the input. Thanks!
     
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    I agree with the above comments, a crop to get rid of the blown out sky area would be an improvement. Ernie
     
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    My immediate thought is being voiced here by others: though it may be "The big star in the sky" inside a conservatory in a photo like this one it is unimportant to see the flowers. Try a crop with this one, and that might already be working wonders. And if you get the chance, you may want to return with your digital camera repaired for a re-shoot?
     
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    I thank you all for your input. I tried to crop the trees out the best I could. I'm not sure if I like it as much now though. Please tell me what you think again. Thanks.

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    You should rectify this just a tad, you can see it is no tquite right in the back window beam.

    This could be one idea (sorry, I worked on it a bit myself, I can delete it if you want me to):

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    I'm afraid it shows very much that I pushed it by one degree to the right... :roll:
     
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    That looks a lot better than what I did! I appreciate the help :)
     

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