Water Gazeebo

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  1. Bravotwofive

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    Here is an image that I created recently. This has not been processed in anyway. I would really appreciate any thoughts comments, or feed back. Thanks

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    Trees in the foreground are very distracting IMO. If it were possible to get closer to the subject and to have them out of the photograph, I think it would be a lot more pleasing on the eye.

    On the other hand, I really like that reflection! Great work on finding this one!
     
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    Thank you for your insight. I took several of these with different lighting on the trees, and bridge. I tend to use some objects in the foreground to help establish depth, and distance. I do concur though that it can in fact be distracting.
     
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    i would have liked to see a shot set up Closer to the bridge so the Gazeebo filled the frame a little more and try reducing the light flare ontop of the gazeebo, i would try retaining the reflections though as they really set the image off in my honest opinion.
     

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