Winter time in the Smokies

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  1. Darton

    Darton TPF Noob!

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    Here are a couple other shots I also took in Cades Cove in the Smokey Mountains I think these were taken two winters ago. Please C&C.

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  2. Darton

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    bump
     
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    Wonderful! I really like the last one!
     
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    #3 for me...good job
     
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    Thanks for sharing. The Smokeys are wonderful. You've managed to capture some of the color and the "smoke" that is part of that range--nice.

    My tips would be these:
    1. Generally speaking you don't want to put the horizon in the middle of the photo. Choose what the message/subject/perspective is that you want for the viewer: the foreground or the sky. For each of these photos, the top of the peaks is just about in the middle of the frame.
    2. Look at leading lines...as a way of drawing interest, as a way of adding perspective. First two photos you've got possible leading lines (the diagonal fence in the lower right). It either needs to be in the photo (as a leading line or a diagonal to add energy) or out of the photo. As it is, for the first two shots, that fence is subtly distracting.

    Keep posting--that's beautiful territory.
     
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    Designer Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    It's a pretty stale thread, JoeW.
     

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