Tree Sky

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  1. craig

    craig TPF Noob!

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    Shot last Sunday moments after "Dramatic Tree Shot". Another special moment. I think I am going to buy a ND filter or two. The sky/earth contrast is a bigger problem than originally suspected. Plus I wish I had Kodachrome 64 and I tripod for this one. None the less; I like it... so let me know.

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    I like it too, though I'd like to see a little more detail on the ground....the light hitting the tree is beautiful! :thumbup: I'd agree that a tripod would have helped you in this low light situation.
     
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    Thanks!!! I am torn about the ground detail. The suggestions that I have read are really helpful. Back to the "lab".
     

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