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Old Jan 12, 2007, 2:29 PM   #1
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The second one is the only photo that really works for me. The other two take they eye too much away from the subject. With the second one however I would clone out the lamp as it gets in the way of what is otherwise a good photo. Another thing I would have gone with a crop that puts the tree a little more onto the 1/3 line.
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generally speaking i would say the shots are very busy. i think a clone tool could help to add emphisis back to the subject. Again selective colouring would be another easy pp to do this also.

also if you are concerntrating on shooting trees be carefl where you meter from and whic metering mode you use. some of the shots appear slightly under exposed and this could be due to shooting upwards with the brighter sky.

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For the first and third pictures, you need to rework the composition. The house takes up nearly 1/3 of the entire frame, as well as obstructs the view of part of the tree. The second is much better as the focus is more on the tree, but there are still distractions. Do as Mark said and clone out the lamp, or if possible, recompose the picture to hide the lamp and show less of the trees in the background.
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Old Jan 14, 2007, 1:51 AM   #7
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Without the title, it would be hard to figure out what the pictures are about--I agree with the previous comments: the second one is the best of the lot, but the lamp is very distracting.
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