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Challenge: Ansel Adams (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Nikon D70
Lens: Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-210mm f/4.0
Location: Parc Janne-Mance, Montreal
Date: Mar 2, 2005
Aperture: f/11
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/250
Galleries: Nature, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Mar 2, 2005

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Votes: 244
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08/30/2005 12:01:08 PM
This is really great! I think it's a great use of B/W and I love how the ground is sloping down left and the trees are looming up right. Very good composition.
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03/13/2005 07:29:06 AM
I really like the composition, the way that the sapling is nestled between the old trees. The tree on the left does not look as sharply focussed as it could be.
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03/08/2005 08:46:22 PM
good contrast, but I get the feeling of being pushed down by the trees...
03/08/2005 07:06:36 PM
oh man ... I had this exact shot..didn't use it went with something else. This is well done.... hard to make a line of trees interesting... you have achieved it.
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03/07/2005 05:27:06 PM
Nicley composed! 7
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03/07/2005 03:32:53 PM
I usually prefer seeing tall, strong trees in middle of an empty field, but this little one trying to grow surrounded by taller trees inspires a lot of courage and strength also. Good depth of field. I would have cropped a little more on the right and maybe show a bit more on top of the small tree. I am not very credible on judging and comparing to Ansel Adams work since I do not know him very well, but it sure is very contrasty, but lacking a bit of the "landscape" aspect. Good job.
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03/07/2005 02:07:48 AM
I like the ways you use the trees to lead your eyes out...Ansel style!
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