walk in the woods photos C&C

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  1. Zed Twenty Ate

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    Here are some shots i took while wondering through the woods way up north. Check them out. They are only cropped...post some comments!
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    I like #2 Best. Also I am from Binghamton! So howdy neighbor
     
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    I think the first turkey footprint in #1 should be in foucs, #4 seems underexposed.
     
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    i like the school bus one the best and along with #5 they are the only ones that appear to have the white balance right also agreed that #1 the first turkey track should be in focus and the ones after that steadily blurred
     
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    I though #3 was the best. I dont know why, because its not like that sign is especially interesting, but it really caught my eye. I think because it is so sharp, and the blurred back. Nice shot. And number 4 does seem a little dark, but Im guessing its from the shade?
     
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    yeah i knew number 4 could use some editing but i wanted to post them up as i took them. I will probably take care of that today and repost. as for the turkey tracks, i chasing about 7 wild turkeys and they were moving fast! might be able to crop it so the first one is focused but i like the vertical orientation and i don't know if i can retain that...
     
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    #1 - I think this picture would have been more interesting is the tracks went from corner to corner or if you shot is from a lower point of view and showed us where the tracks were heading.

    #2 - A lot of stuff in this picture, but the composition is pretty good.

    #3 - A nice, clean, simple shot...no question as to what the subject is. I like the DOF.

    #4 - This picture is slightly underexposed. I think it might have been interesting to shoot it in portrait orientation and include more of the first post.

    #5 - Another nice, simple shot but a little more dynamic because of the diagonals. Nicely exposed. I like the colors in this one.
     
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    I'd like to see some detail (closeup) shots of the school bus, or shots with the school bus as the main subject. I really like old abandoned things.

    Nice shots. To cold of a day for me though.
     
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    Yeah i know....i teetered on the edge of that road and the 2 feet of snow for a while. I took about 45 pictures of that location but i couldn't work up the courage to trespass...

    maybe next time ill dress in full camo and...i mean no i wont
     

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