Tree branches in contrast

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    I like the contrast, I think however the cropping is a bit harsh, it looks like the bottom has chopped off.
     
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    Really nice crisp capture...I agree though that the bottom is too tight. Otherwise excellent shot!
     
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    I really like the idea, and it almost works - as you're hearing, I think the crop on top and along the bottom is too much. I want to see just a little space above and below the branches, just as I do on the side. It looks really good, otherwise - great idea. :D
     
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    I really like the crispness!
     
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    yeah i totally agree, the crop is too tight, It is not easy to learn how to master the 50mm lens.... lol
     
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    I like the contrast. Good exposure.

    Yeah, 50mm can be a tricky focal length. ;) Right in between the wide angle that you need when you can't back away from your subject, and the telephoto that is useful when you're too far away. But it's a great tool for learning with, and it's always better than having a telephoto lens when you need wide angle, or vice versa.
     
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    As the others said the composition is a little lacking but I really like the sharp scrolling lines of the branches. It might make an interesting absract with an even tighter crop.
     
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    I dunno about the crop or comp, but i know I like this! :thumbup:
     

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