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February 23, 2013 - 16 went

Renowned Landscape Photographer - Jay Goodrich Workshop & Shoot

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  • A former member

    I took this photo after everyone left. There was almost zero sun left, I was laying on a muddy slope with tripod. I would love advice on what I should do next. I am a little sad that I took 250+ photos and this is the only image that I feel was good. I actually was shocked and think it is great and am anxious for feed back. It has not been touched up in any way. I have the RAW image. It was shot with my Nikon D50 and I suppose I should do something in Lightroom or Photoshop and I need to know how to watermark as well since I have now uploaded something valuable to me on the Internet. I feel like the grass, the implied lines, and the plants all lead the eye to the tree and specifically to the broken intrusion from the tree. Just like I feel the two trees to the right add something to the image. I am still simply amazed this image was taken with almost know light. After I took this two ducks flew into the pond and I took images of them but none were impressive. It was nice to meet you all.

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  • A former member

    Eric, I really like the composition here. For me, this image has dynamic feel to it and creates sense of presence, desire to walk up the path.

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  • A former member

    Eric really lovely. Seems like the little tree that could - like although it's lost it's "arm" it is still growing strong. Beautiful image.

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