Wilderness park - hows my composition?

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  1. keller

    keller TPF Noob!

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    Okay, so I took this during a recent school sports trip to a park. It was late afternoon, the sun was going down, but it was still bright and sunny.

    It was taken at -1 exposure, I used the tree to direct the light.

    The main subject of this photo was the tree and the river. Do you think this was a good angle to take the photo? Any suggestions about other positions I could try?



    PS. The river is actually brown due to excessive pollution during the 80s, thus the lack of reflections :meh:
     
  2. northman

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    I think the tree would look better at the left side of the frame and the shot more panned down river on the left bank.
     
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    I agree with "northman". I think the rule of 3rds would work well for this photo, and it may not hurt to make the tree fill the frame more. If possible acouple in canoes going down the river wouldnt hurt...
     

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