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Pynch

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Colour is nice.

Maybe position yourself such that a tree trunk blocks the direct sun light. The building shouldn't be in the picture. Straighten the composition.
 

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use lower angle as possible..... I find that the ground (with people and building) is a bit distracting. and yeah straighten the composition.
 

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I think minimising the sun might work a little better on top of the other stuff mentioned.
 

yanyewkay

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estronutz said:
hmm ... alright ... thanks dude
Were you trying to capture the golden leaves with the sun glaring through the canopy?

I guess the lighting's a bit flat. Were you trying to capture something like this?


It's not all too impressive on my part as well.. I just adjust levels and saturation a bit.
 

dennisc

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I don't really like the tilt and the angle, neither too high or low. I would prefer it to be lower or something. The pic doesnt somehow look natural.
 

estronutz

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yanyewkay, I'm trying to picture something like that ... any pointers to improve on this kinda shots ? As in ... anyway to improve on the "flatness" of the picture?
 

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