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Backcountry unit #42 in Denali NP, 9/8/18. CC is always welcome :)

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This is very nice. I absolutely love the composition. Great work
 

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Cracking image and very well taken, loving the muted colours in it.
 
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Love the tone and exposure. The composition doesn’t work for me. The foreground is distracting.
Thanks for the feedback, how would you compose? I did take some of just the muted trees but thought it did not do the scene justice.
 

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Love the tone and exposure. The composition doesn’t work for me. The foreground is distracting.
Thanks for the feedback, how would you compose? I did take some of just the muted trees but thought it did not do the scene justice.

The foreground seems to be rising a if it was shot downhill. I know it’s not always possible but I would’ve tried to position myself in such a way to eliminate that foreground completely, leaving only the two layers of trees.
 
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Love the tone and exposure. The composition doesn’t work for me. The foreground is distracting.
Thanks for the feedback, how would you compose? I did take some of just the muted trees but thought it did not do the scene justice.

The foreground seems to be rising a if it was shot downhill. I know it’s not always possible but I would’ve tried to position myself in such a way to eliminate that foreground completely, leaving only the two layers of trees.
There is a drainage in there if you look closely; so almost downhill. Thanks for the response :)
 

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