The Late Fall Series. Hfry (56k Beware)

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  1. Hfry

    Hfry TPF Noob!

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    These are all pretty neat. I have to say, though, that number 6 is by far the best of the series. Love it!
     
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    Pic #1
    I'm not so sure about this one. The car seems to be the main focus of the photo and it seems, to me, pointless. Sorry to say, this one looks like a 'snapshot' to me.

    Pic #2
    I like this one and how the central leave looks like pure gold. Great lighting. The only bit I don't care for too much is the shadow on the left.

    Pic #3
    Intresting is all I can say. This one sort of looks like someone through the leaves in the air and they're free falling, or are they all connected to a tree?

    Pic #4
    This one is cool. It has the look of summer green in the forground and warm fall colours in the background.

    Pic #5
    Excellent shot! I love how you did something different and did not centre the road. My only critique is the exposure seems off.

    Pic #6
    Another excellent shot. It's a bit different then the pic before. It's neat to see a curve to the "vanishing point". I'd like to see it a bit brighter, though.

    Pic #7
    This one has to be my favourite. A neat kind of path. The over exposed look works too. Would have been cool seeing someone walking down the path.

    Pic #8
    Great colours, exposure, and DOF on this one. I'd loose the single twig though.

    Pic #9
    Cool idea. A lone leaf caught. It seems the leaf is out of focus though, perhaps a smaller aperture next time.

    Pic #10
    Those are some weird berries. Almost makes me hungry, not sure if they're edible though. Good DOF.
     
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    Wow! I really like #2 and #5.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    My immediate impression is: Photo 6 is really good.

    But personally I also like Photo 4 for some reasons that no one here on the forum knows anything about, and that is alway why I would have liked to see even less blown-out sky in the background and more (and brighter) "foreground" and its "special LaFoto element" which I am not going to point out here ;).

    Photo 8 begins to meet my "requirements" only do I find DOF a bit too shallow here.
     
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    I call `em like I see `em.

    1. the colors are kinda bleh and the pole to the far left makes the composition a little wonky. I think this would work better with a little post work, maybe make it black and white?

    2. i don't like that shadow

    3. some of the leaves in front that take up a lot of room are out of focus. The colors are kinda boring too.

    4. too much contrast! nothing is in focus! D:

    5-6. 5 is too dark, 6 is better. What is that thing in the corner??? I DON'T LIKE IT.

    7. I LIKE THIS ONE. It feels just a pinch too bright and i think it would be AWESOME with just a little tonal adjustment. Sepia?

    8. The hyper-contrasty colors are pretty in this one, but the focus bothers me a lot.

    9. not feelin this one

    10. YAY focus! The composition isn't perfect, but the colors are interesting, as is the texture. Then again, i don't really dig nature photos
     
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    I like much all in general, but I believe that there are some very similar. He would be aciert by your part to make a good selection, and this way the series would win in quality.
    The 4th, 5th, 7th and 8th are my favorites. The 9th also seems very good to me.
    I like much the color and the contrast of these images.
    Greetings from Spain.
     

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