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JimFox wrote:
These are nice, but they aren't making my socks drop off... #5 is my favorite I think from the series. Forest shots can be among the hardest places to compose shots. Trying to make sense from what is often utter chaos is not an easy chore.

I also think #1 has more potential. I don't like how that branch cuts across the upper left. That's distracting. But the bottom half of the shot is really cool with that bent trunk. Did you shoot a horizontal composition there?

Jim


Hah #5 is actually my least favorite of the set and I sort of threw it in there last second .
I guess everyone sees things differently.

No, #1 was all vertical composition.

I liked the light on these ones and the PP method I tried.



Aug 04, 2013 at 08:33 AM
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JimFox wrote:
These are nice, but they aren't making my socks drop off... #5 is my favorite I think from the series. Forest shots can be among the hardest places to compose shots. Trying to make sense from what is often utter chaos is not an easy chore.

I also think #1 has more potential. I don't like how that branch cuts across the upper left. That's distracting. But the bottom half of the shot is really cool with that bent trunk. Did you shoot a horizontal composition there?

Jim


Hah #5 is actually easily my least favorite of the set and I sort of threw it in there last second .
I guess everyone sees things differently.

No, #1 was all vertical composition.

I liked the light on these ones and the PP method I tried.



Aug 04, 2013 at 08:17 AM
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JimFox wrote:
These are nice, but they aren't making my socks drop off... #5 is my favorite I think from the series. Forest shots can be among the hardest places to compose shots. Trying to make sense from what is often utter chaos is not an easy chore.

I also think #1 has more potential. I don't like how that branch cuts across the upper left. That's distracting. But the bottom half of the shot is really cool with that bent trunk. Did you shoot a horizontal composition there?

Jim


Hah #5 is actually easily my least favorite of the set and I sort of threw it in there last second .
I guess everyone sees things differently.

No, #1 was all vertical composition.

I liked the light on these ones and the PP method I tried on these ones.



Aug 04, 2013 at 08:15 AM
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JimFox wrote:
These are nice, but they aren't making my socks drop off... #5 is my favorite I think from the series. Forest shots can be among the hardest places to compose shots. Trying to make sense from what is often utter chaos is not an easy chore.

I also think #1 has more potential. I don't like how that branch cuts across the upper left. That's distracting. But the bottom half of the shot is really cool with that bent trunk. Did you shoot a horizontal composition there?

Jim


Hah #5 is actually easily my least favorite of the set and I sort of threw it in there last second .
I guess everyone sees things differently.

No, #1 was all vertical composition.



Aug 04, 2013 at 08:05 AM



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