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DPChallenge Forums >> Individual Photograph Discussion >> Backlighting II: The Outtakes
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01/19/2006 08:09:36 PM · #1
Definitely the on second one. Again, same reasons and it's just more dynamic. As in it has more character than just a landscape at sunset/rise.
01/19/2006 08:07:54 PM · #2
Edward, I agree with Kivet; I prefer your second outtake for the same reasons and because it seems to fit the challenge better - light coming from behind; light seems to be shining through the building on the far left.

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01/19/2006 08:03:49 PM · #3
no body wanted to reply when I posted the ones I forgot to enter either. I think the tree may be a bit distracting, I like your placement of the barn better in the entry but I think that I like the second outake better. It has more color in the sky and I like how you can see the sky through the whatever it is on the left side. Lovely pictures though and you finished pretty well, out of so many entries.
01/19/2006 07:44:41 PM · #4
no takers eh?
01/19/2006 05:58:50 PM · #5
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This was my entry for backlighting II. I do wonder if I should have entered one of these instead.
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I was going for a framed shot with the entry but have recieved comments that the tree was too distracting.. Ohh well...Did I make a mistake in your opinion?

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