The Mote - First time request of Critique

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Elli, Jun 22, 2007.

  1. Elli

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    I've been seriously getting into photography over the past year and have upgraded from a point and shoot to a Nikon D80 and would love to have feedback from those who are pros, semi-pros, and noobs alike.

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    i like it, the green very vibrant but i think that rope and the fence are a bit too distracting in my own opinion
     
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    Second shot.

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    Yea, my eyes are drawn to the texture of the wood first and then the rope. I was trying for a window view feel.
     
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    I like that first one. It gives a fairy tale/shreck feel :) very interesting composition.
     
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    what if you did the first one in B&W? I really like the colors in the first one. It almost seems like you did HDR in it. I think it would have more of the window feel if the church was centered right inbetween the ropes. Then I think the landscape would bring our eyes to it. Right now the rope cuts the top of the steeple in half. Also one other fun thought... I love the ropes... but what if you cloned them out? Just for fun if you have the time?
     

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