Branchery

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  1. baato

    baato TPF Noob!

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    I liked the contrast between the sky and the branches. So I shot 'em.

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    This seems like the first thing people take pictures of when they start getting into photography. There are so many other shots of branches and sky and I have yet to find one that piques my interest.
     
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    Sorry, it doesn't really do anything for me...
    Too busy I think. You need to focus on a subject that holds attention of the viewer.
     
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    That's an intriguing photographic challenge - how to make a branch shot interesting. Shape? Contrast? Texture? Context?
     
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    Technically your exposure is dead on, compositionally there's just nothing there. No real subject nor interest to draw the viewer into the photograph.
     

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