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A stunning take on this forest.
I like your line up of trees on the left - good composition.
Beautiful light too - Jocelia tells me you like going out in early morning to catch the best light.
A beautiful image Ted, just love the light though the trees...excellent composition
The girls have summed it up Red. Excellent picture. Peter.
As above, very striking.
Bright sunlight is the most challenging time to try and photograph woodland, the high contrast usually results in burned out highlights and it also exaggerates the naturally confused and chaotic feel of most woodland scenes. The best times are in a bright overcast, or in the soft light that often follows a rain shower ( perhaps not a frequent occurrence in your part of the world! ). In woodland photography, contrast is almost always the worst enemy.
I notice from the exif that you are shooting in RAW... you should be able to recover the highlights to some extent in the Raw Editor. It's not too bad here, it seems to be more of a problem in your images "Seat," and "Forestry4."
I hope you don't mind me saying this... I'm just trying to be helpful. Simple flattery is nice but it helps nothing.
I love this sharp reality in the trees. The capture to my eyes
is clarity and true colour. Good one Red…...
Beautifully captured with wonderful depth and clarity…
Great shadows help to make this fine image, Red!! Nice work!!
A lovely image.
Quote: Beautifully captured with wonderful depth and clarity…
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