The hut

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  1. Maxx640

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    A little tool hut in Austria, July 2007

    Could you tell me what you think please? ;)
     
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    Bumpety Bump
     
  3. I like the mood that is created.

    Technically, it seems quite soft - almost diffuse, rather than out of focus. I would prefer to see the grass darkened, it seems like you nailed the exposure for the trees, but then everything else got a little overexposed.

    The composition is good.
     
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    Thank you for the comment.

    There was a particular light out there, very early in the morning. Maybe the trees give that diffuse effect. When you look closely at the print (20x30 cm) it is out of focus but if you step back a 50 cm it is ok.

    I'll watch the exposure more closely next time.
     
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    nice vantage point !!!

    I like it..
     
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    I really like the lines that it creates -- the hillside and trees seem to divide it into thirds at a diagonal. Unfortunately, that also seems to pull the eye downhill, instead of creating a focus around the hut at the top. Very interesting to look at, though!
     

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