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Mon Dec 05, '11 08:21AM
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Media ID 2011120623414059
Date Mon Dec 05, '11 08:21AM
Comments 3
Views 2461
Keywords nature, landscape, trees, leaves, sky
Uploaded By unknown
Aperture Value f//10
Date/Time 05/12/11 15:21:19
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Flash Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
Focal Length 12 mm
ISO 800
Make Pentax
Metering Mode Center Weighted Average
Model PENTAX K-r
Sensing Method Unknown: One Chip Color Area Sensor
Shutter Speed Value 1/640 sec
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Richard P Schoettger

Thursday, December 08 2011 @ 06:05 AM EST

Fokion,

Again, a creative shot and colors work well.  Did you consider at all cropping  just above the trees at the left over to the top of the following leaves and then directly down to the right of the falling leaves?  Or something like that.  Your capture of the falling leaves are sharp, but I might want to see them more prominent in the shot to showcase them more...Gotta ask though...did you kick up the leaves?  :-)

Patrick Flynn

Thursday, December 08 2011 @ 11:24 PM EST

I like the composition you have chosen due to the broader context it provides, and I too am very impressed at your timing for this shot. Whether it was a sudden gust of wind or a nearby high-powered fan that kicked up those leaves, is not important to me when you have achieved a result like this. You might be very lucky, or very meticulous, or both - but you are at least one of those things, because this is a great shot! I do recommend sharpening it up a little bit, and maybe softening the sky where it is a tad artifacted.

Anonymous

Saturday, December 10 2011 @ 01:57 PM EST

 Hi Richard & Patric

In some way both of you are correct suspecting that the leaves are not in the air because of natural wind....after all they are too big and heavy to be raised from the ground

The trick was that I was throwing them into the air and with in the calculated depth of field.... ....as i was trying to synchronize the timing with the auto exposure mode of the camera ! And this was the best result !

It was a drill that I enjoyed !


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