Saturday Snow

Wandering DaneWandering Dane Beginner grinnerLone Tree, COPosts: 70Registered Users Big grins

Critiques and comments, please:

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  • StumblebumStumblebum I shoot, therefore I am Posts: 7,088Registered Users Major grins

    Light and background are both poor in #1.....#3 has best light, but the twigs in top left corner are major eye pull and distracting......
    The second one has potential....especially if you can either more of that band on the left or take out entirely.
    JMO. Cheers!

  • Wandering DaneWandering Dane Beginner grinner Lone Tree, COPosts: 70Registered Users Big grins

    @Stumblebum said:
    Light and background are both poor in #1.....#3 has best light, but the twigs in top left corner are major eye pull and distracting......
    The second one has potential....especially if you can either more of that band on the left or take out entirely.
    JMO. Cheers!

    Thank you very much!

  • toragstorags Major grins Posts: 4,146Registered Users Major grins

    Hey Dane...

    These shots are good practice shots. They have a low broad interest of subject interest

    Keep taking them , to get used to your cam, get exposure practice

    If I took them (and have taken thousands of similar) I would look to see how the sharp coarse bark interact with the subtle powdery snow & decide if I like it or never shot it again....

    Keep clickin'...

    Taz gave a good critique and was trying to help...

    Rags
  • Wandering DaneWandering Dane Beginner grinner Lone Tree, COPosts: 70Registered Users Big grins

    Thank you both for your input - truly appreciated. I've been shooting for almost 50 years and still want to learn more so your comments are very helpful.

    WD

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