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Landscape from Zahara de la sierra


Landscape from Zahara de la sierra
Photo Information
Copyright: Kinneret Aguirre (Kinneret) (5)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-05
Categories: Mountain
Camera: Cannon EOS 350D, Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS, 1 Gig CF card
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2009-01-25 0:52
Viewed: 4207
Points: 3
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [Spanish]
Landscape taken from small village of Cadiz mountain range called Zahara de la Sierra.
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Hola kinneret, en primer lugar bienvenida a TN, la imagen tiene un buen encuadre aunque puede mejorar, te diré, le falta definicion y veo una mancha arriba a la derecha, no se si del sensor de la camara o tal vez desde el cristal de un coche, espero ver muchas fotos tuyas por aqui, poco a poco veras como mejoraras tus trabajos, lo digo por experiencia. Un saludo! Carme.

Hello Kinneret

I do repeat the Camia's words, but the important is do, wacht others pictures and keep doing, everything I may help you, just let me know, it will be a pleasure, nice to meet and wellcome.

Best regards

Murilo

Hi Kinneret,
a belated welcome to TrekNature to you.This photo has some real problems with it but I have been there myself and know what it is like to have a photo wanting somehow but not all is lost even with this photo.

First off let me say that your file size is so very small and that will hurt image quality right from the start as 38.8K is a long ways from the 300K you can upload.You have two very noticeable areas of dirt,the one on the right hand side being the biggest distraction included in the photo as well.The contrast is also wanting as all appears washed out but not really over exposed as it were and finally you have included in the foreground two rocks and a piece of treed area that add nothing to your composition.On a positive note the colours for this photo do look to be correct and true and also the point of view is decent.I have done a workshop to show an alternate version of your photo so as to give you an idea as to what can be done for improvements and I hope that you do not mind as I offer this as a fellow photographer who wants you to be the best you can be. Bob

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