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Old Jan 23, 2010, 7:56 PM   #1
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Default Some pictures nature at its best.

Taken with my new Sony A550 camera in Sao Paulo, Brazil at a farm.
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Old Jan 23, 2010, 9:46 PM   #2
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I really like number two with the light scattering our of the clouds.

Did you use a editing program on your shots?
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i like this panorama. however i would have cropped it where the fence met the shed to get rid of the bush on the far left, it doesnt fit the scene. i would also crop off the car on the right. that would take out the 2 distractions i have from this otherwise nice view.
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I like number one, and number two (IMO) would be better if you cropped out the trees...

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I really like number two with the light scattering our of the clouds.

Did you use a editing program on your shots?
Thanks shorturtle.
I used Aperture 2.0, but just to correct the exposure and add a bit of contrast but that is all.
But the light scattering was better visible by eye, than after the photo was exposure corrected and added contrast. Because as I add contrast, some part of the picture loses a bit of light.
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i like this panorama. however i would have cropped it where the fence met the shed to get rid of the bush on the far left, it doesnt fit the scene. i would also crop off the car on the right. that would take out the 2 distractions i have from this otherwise nice view.
Thanks Hards80
I have edited the car out of the picture, so now its only the shadow of the tree on the grass.
But I will keep the shed and the trees from the left.


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Much less distracting then before with the car gone.
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Much less distracting then before with the car gone.
Yeah I forgot to edit it out before posting for the first time.
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