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Great point of view. In my view the image is soft and if you wanted to capture that way and like it, it is a different matter. The details in the foreground are lost in my opinion ( shallow Depth of Field ) as you have used very wide aperture. An aperture of f11 and above, ideally f16 could have given the sharpness through out the image. This is only my suggestion. Good composition.
Thank you for your advices. I was at very begining when took this photo, yet, my heart was there, no technical knowledge I'll do my best to improve. Thank you again!
Quote: Thank you for your advices. I was at very begining when took this photo, yet, my heart was there, no technical knowledge I'll do my best to improve. Thank you again!
Hi, I still find the composition very interesting with interest in the foreground, the leading path, the tree in the mid and interesting sky. Have another go, this time set the aperture to f16, frame the image and focus foreground about five to six feet away and see the result, you might suprise your self. Again this is a suggestion
Hi, again. Thank so much. Your advices mean allot to me. You said something very true about my style. I am the kind who's looking for that "special" moments.The sky was special, and I like to compose around these rare moments. I now have a better camera with which I can select Aperture or Shutter... priority. I can do more, but that light on that day I don't know when it will come. I will put another photo in my galery, to see what I mean. And yet, I'm sure there will be other beautiful moments to capture.
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