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Challenge: Trees VII (Standard Editing)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Sony Alpha a7 II
Lens: Sony FE 90mm F2.8 Macro G OSS
Date: Dec 25, 2016
Date Uploaded: Dec 25, 2016



[Jan. 1st, 2017 08:57:46 AM]

Double exposure done without closing the shutter. Focused on the leaves then covered the lens and refocused on the backlit oak.

Statistics
Place: 47 out of 50
Avg (all users): 4.8667
Avg (commenters): 6.4000
Avg (participants): 5.0294
Avg (non-participants): 4.6538
Views since voting: 91
Views during voting: 109
Votes: 60
Comments: 8
Favorites: 0


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01/03/2017 02:03:32 PM
sorry I didn't get back to this. It would have ribboned in my head.
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01/02/2017 03:17:34 AM
An interesting technique and result. Thanks for sharing the process you used.

This deserved a much better score than the voters gave overall. It was under appreciated IMHO.

Message edited by author 2017-01-02 03:19:31.
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01/02/2017 12:19:31 AM
very well executed - i have filled up a card on this type of thing, just trying to get it to work.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/01/2017 08:59:23 PM
Cool idea, I'm curious how you created this. The leaves are not as sharp as I would like. Or alternatively not as soft as I would like. Very creative though!
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01/01/2017 02:23:14 AM
Fascinating and beautiful.
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12/30/2016 11:47:46 AM
the idea of "a tree" is so nicely illustrated here
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12/29/2016 02:50:55 AM
Very creative. I almost missed the point when first viewing the image as I was focused on the shape of the branches. Then the light bulb went off and the leaves became obvious. I guess that you are shooting into the light (or perhaps it is just processing). I would like to see this with less haze. 6
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12/27/2016 02:52:58 AM
dont like the overexposed white areas
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