Upload your photos, chat, win prizes and much more
Can't Access your Account?
New to ePHOTOzine? Join ePHOTOzine for free!
Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more for free!
A greenery in Ashdown Forest with some sun beams as additive
These are modifications uploaded by other members of the photo above. Download the photo by right clicking Download Photo and clicking Save As.
You give us no technical details. There is an idea there, but you have technical issues. There is a heavy green/cyan colour cast resulting from a degree of flare and over exposure and nothing is very sharp. You needed a tripod and careful exposure initially, but I'm not sure adding the sunbeams has improved the image.
Hi, and welcome to the Critique Gallery.
Light filtering in among trees is a wonderful subject. And it does need those strong verticals. But none of the trees looks sharp here. I think you were focusing on the sloping tree on the left, but it's almost hidden.
Beams of light only work if they are all coming from the same source, and here you have diagonal beams at the top plus radial beams from lower down. The result is a bit of a mish-mash.
The dominant colours seem to be magenta/purple and turquoise/green. Looking at your portfolio I saw other examples of this, I wonder if it is deliberate? It doesn't work for me, it's a distraction.
Crop off the diagonal beams at the top, get rid of the colour and sharpen this, and I think it would be a more involving, and mysterious, image. I'll give it a go. If I can get anything that I am satisfied with a Modification will appear under the Modifications button above - click on the thumbnail.
ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.
Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.
You must be a member to leave a comment
Get the latest photography news straight from ePHOTOzine in your email every month and win prizes!
1st March 2015 - 31st March 2015
Check out ePHOTOzine's inspirational photo month calendar! Each day click on a window to unveil new photography tips, treats and techniques.
View March's Photo Month Calendar