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PostSubject: a tree (an 'interesting' one)   a tree (an 'interesting' one) Icon_minitimeSat Mar 03, 2007 9:43 pm

after taking another 150 rubbish shots i got a nice looking tree and pinched your ideas of putting a border around it!!

i didnt really go out to get good shots, more testing the camera out as my colours were bad yesterday. think i have solved that one but i still put this in black and white as i liked it that way.
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PostSubject: Re: a tree (an 'interesting' one)   a tree (an 'interesting' one) Icon_minitimeSun Mar 04, 2007 12:41 am

This is another very good shot Fee.

The tree stands out very well against the sky and the shadows on it give it some life. a tree (an 'interesting' one) 96887
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PostSubject: Re: a tree (an 'interesting' one)   a tree (an 'interesting' one) Icon_minitimeSun Mar 04, 2007 2:21 am

Great Fee, this one is really suited to Black and White. A very interesting tree!
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Stunning, atmospheric shot - love it -

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Great image, very well done. I love god tree pictures


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that is so nice of you to say so because this is all new to me and i know what i like to see in a picture but i just have trouble recreating it.
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PostSubject: Re: a tree (an 'interesting' one)   a tree (an 'interesting' one) Icon_minitimeSun Mar 04, 2007 2:41 pm

Bootcoot wrote:
............ this is all new to me and i know what i like to see in a picture but i just have trouble recreating it.

Oh! Fee you are amongst many friends here then!

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i used the 'virtual photographer' and used spooky mode on my tree!
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Mmmmmmm - nice but I prefer the original - the sky in the background of the original enhances the branches - for me anyway - good stuff tho ~ Regards John
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thanks for that, yes i prefer the original too! do you know my husband HATES editing photos. he cant understand why we would want to fiddle with a good photo!!
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Fee, tell your Hubby we do it because it's fun !!!
I like the tree shot, looks like a Holloween tree !! Well done.
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Thats spooky all right, nice..
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Fee...beautiful shot. Love the original. It is composed well.
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