Tree reshoot

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  1. anthonydamario

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    I like this alot
     
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    Sorry but I don't see any difference other than one being closer to the tree. What were you trying to accomplish?
     
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    It's a different angle and the shadow is in the shot.
     
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    He didn't crop off the tree top on the original one. ;)

    Nice job! :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks a lot man :wink:
     
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    I like the first one, but its too close to the frame IMO, move it to the left a bit, and maybe it would make a good mono?
     
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    composition of the original with the lighting from the reshoot = win!
     
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    Good job of going back ... and even better job of showing the before and after.

    The reshoot went well.
     
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    Robert, the lighting is exactly the same in both. Thank you Mulewings:wink:
     
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    To me, the first one looks like it is lit directly from the right, while the second one looks like it is slightly farther away from the camera shooting at a diagonal... That's why the shadows are different, no?
     
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    Lighting maybe the same, but it looks like you moved locations...look at the shadows....unless you moved the lights.
     

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