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Famous church

By dinamofob
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Tags: Sky Autumn Church Grass Italy Dolomites Landscape and travel

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dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1841 England
20 Nov 2019 6:55PM
Welcome back to the CRitique Gallery, Ovidiu.

Three years on: what do you need from us with this picture?

I note that you didn't respond to the comments on yrou last upload here: it's really helpful when there's a conversation going on - you tell us what you were trying to do, what went well or badly, and we can respond: and hten you can say what you think of our comments, whether they're helpful or not.

This looks nice: I assume you used a tripod? The light level was obviously falling.

Over to you...
dark_lord Plus
17 2.8k 768 England
20 Nov 2019 8:29PM
It's a nice scene in attractive light, but are you happy with this? Is there anything you feel is lacking or had difficulty with when capturing or processing the image?
Answering those questions will help us to help you.

Keith
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.8k 2403 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 1:16PM
Welcome back. I'll echo the above - please let us know how you see this, and what advice you are seeking.
Moira
pamelajean Plus
15 1.5k 2214 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 6:47PM
I love those graduated layers in the background, the lovely little church, and the way the mountains look to be "on fire". It's very nice, and I too am wondering what sort of critique we could give on this.

Pamela.
21 Nov 2019 8:27PM
A beautiful dramatic landscape, well composed, technically OK, and pretty much handed to you on a plate... I can't see where there's really anything else to be said. Perhaps it's merely that confirmation that you're looking for?

It's a bit over saturated for me, but that's just down to personal taste.

Alan
banehawi Plus
16 2.4k 4233 Canada
22 Nov 2019 9:26PM
A nice scene, where id s this famous place?


I also think it appears a little over saturated, and I would be inclined to either light shadow detail or increase exposure a little in the non sky/mountain areas as done in the mod.



Regards


Willie

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