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Back garden sunlight

By sluggyboy
Just managed to capture this from my back garden this evening ,,thanks for your previous comments , as before i do try and take them all on board , but as im new to this please be patient.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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pablophotographer 5 732 280
27 Sep 2012 8:46PM
Hello shaggyboy. I had a look in your gallery before I return to comment on this picture. You have captured some lovely sunsets, and indeed by using the "cloudy" white balance setting you get the orange/red spectrum more vivid. You have captured the same colour here but to me the colour looks flat. From the thumbnail, I couldn't tell what you have shot, ir didn't look clear. So I shall ask you a question you should be asking yourself: "what is it that I am shooting?" The picture uploaded tells me that you wanted to shoot the branches and the leaves under this light. As a design though (always try to see of there is a distinguishable pattern you can pick up) it looks and it is clustered in some places and because it is just a silhouette and the light the attention of the viewer gets quickly lost. Was it your intention to shoot this great colour and light? I think a minimalist approach could work, a focus to one branch? a bird sitting on a branch? a few leaves maybe? Your lens is a capable one, play and try with the zoom lengths to discover or re-discover what is around you. Have fun!

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paskinmj 8 11 1 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2012 10:11PM
Nice contre jour.
Matt
paulbroad 9 123 1141 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2012 8:05PM
There needs to be a dominent subject or, at least, a pattern. There are jusrt too many similar branches and leaves here.

Paul

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