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Old Jan 31, 2010, 2:18 AM   #1
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Thats a dynamite shot. Way to go. I cant see anything Id change. The tree is nice and sharp with some detail in all areas. The clouds are dark enough yet light enough to show up the shadow of the tree. Great color in the sky area and the moon is just right. What more could you ask for.
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yeah you can even see the few leafs that remain nice and sharp = nice work.
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Great shot. I woke up Wed. to find a similar one but by the time I got out there, the clouds had increased and I couldn't get the tree to focus sharp. Are there any techniques to getting everything nice and sharp?
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no technique just messin with apeture and shutter speeds...tryin to see the effects i get....other words learnin lol...my wife thinks im crazy standin outside in 12 degree weather....it was cold..and thanks for the good comment's all...
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Great shot. I woke up Wed. to find a similar one but by the time I got out there, the clouds had increased and I couldn't get the tree to focus sharp. Are there any techniques to getting everything nice and sharp?
Maybe manual focus?

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Kirby, very nice moody image. i like the texture of the clouds, the dark atmosphere, and the outline of the tree. maybe it was because i just saw the wolfman trailer, but this image made me think of that.
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Great shot. I woke up Wed. to find a similar one but by the time I got out there, the clouds had increased and I couldn't get the tree to focus sharp. Are there any techniques to getting everything nice and sharp?
were you using a tripod? if you weren't you need it.
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yes hards i did use a tripod....i took about 30 different shots with different settings ...just to see what the outcome would be..got alot that turned out pretty good...considering im pretty new at this....actually a hole different world then the p&s...lol
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