watering hole.

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  1. TWoods450

    TWoods450 TPF Noob!

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    Took a walk today and thought this was pretty so snapped a couple shots, then messed with photomatix to try to make an HDR pic, this is what i got. Not as dramatic as some of the others but some C&C is very welcome.


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    Holy big photo!!!! Resize a lot!! way way to big.
     
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    LOL I was resizing it as you typed. all better now.
     
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    Haha.

    You have some dust on your focusing screen noticeable in the top part of the photo mostly. Also the shot is severely tilted to the right. Easily fixed but really takes away from the shot.

    Keep at it!!!
     
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    To my mind, composition is quite boring. Half of the photo is blue sky, with no features whatsoever, no clouds, no vapour trails, nothing, and the exact other half (if it weren't for the mild tilt) is ground ... with nothing there, either. Other than that puddle which I looked for twice because I thought your title chosen for this thread would certainly have SOME meaning... and then I saw it.

    Too little subject there, too boring a composition (and a photo divided into two halves IS perceived as boring, or at least as a lot less interesting to look at than a photo where the horizon line meets either the border to the upper or that to the lower third, it is a fact). Sorry.
     

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