Winter walk in the woods...

Discussion in 'Nature' started by Kmac76, Mar 16, 2017.

  1. Kmac76

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  2. chalkdust

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    Bert Cheney
    I particularly like your composition in #2, looking up at the tree against the sky. Whenever I take a picture of a leafless tree, I want it to look like yours, but I never frame it right. So mine end up just looking confusing. Thanks for the nice images.
     
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  3. Kmac76

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    Thank you for the kind words - It took a couple of attempts, mostly trying to figure out correct spacing, glad you like the pix
     
  4. Kmac76

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  5. bdbits

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    Bob
    I like the artistic feel of the last, whitened tree.
     
  6. chalkdust

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    Bert Cheney
    What I think: In each, the tree is essentially one color and the clean sky is a range of colors. I enjoy each of them. I suggest you continue to explore this technique and discover what you can express through it. I think you have found something worth working on. In this set,my favorite is #2, or #3, or #2, or #1 isn't bad, but #2, yes #2, no no it is #3....sorry