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Me on my first shoot- with my 20D! thank you to all my commenter's! I enjoy reading them.
A great shot, the footprints lead the eye into the photo well done!
Nicely balanced with the trio of benches. I like the way the derrick (or is it a mast, or a tree?) on the far bank almost waves back at Byrhtnoth's sword Maybe it would have been better to focus on the statue, but composition comes first and foremost.
Lovely shot. Well done.
A gorgeous image! I agree with Bill, the three benches make a wonderful composition and the pointed structures reflect each other brilliantly! Well seen!
Composition is very good, but because of the snow the camera has looked at all the white areas and under exposed the shot, with very large areas of white use + compensation of up to one stop or more and this should give crisp white snow, if you are doing landscapes try using a tripod so then you could get the lens to f16 or f22 so more of the capture would be in focus, remember when you do this the shutter speed will be slower, keep looking at the histogram after every shot to check exposure! Hope this helps you to progress further with this excellent hobby.
Have a great New Year
Well don Cracklin, love the composition. Try that old tripod your dad has.
Thanks Trev! yes it has helped, and yeah Graham I will!
Well shot cracking, I love how the footprints in the snow leads your into the photo, Very beautiful!
Welcome to the Chippett photography club hahaha
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