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Thread: morning on the kaas plateau..

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    Default morning on the kaas plateau..

    canon 450d,canon 18-55,f/8,1/160, iso-200
    a ground-level shot..what looks like the trees in the background are in fact two feet tall bushes..
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    Default nice image

    its nice

    i feel the dew stocks occupy just lower 1/3rd... perhaps 50% occupancy would have looked better but then sky might have got depleted... dunno if this composition is better or what i think would have given more focus on dewy area

    do you have a crop-up of this?? or a shot with lens tilted just a li'l bit lower towards ground?

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    Cropping the top to give more emhpasis on the dew drops would have made it more obvious. However, I like the present composition. This is not a standard composition. It is subtle and gives a complete idea about the environment and the weather on that day. I like this a lot. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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    You have captured the monsoon feeling nicely. I liked the composition, its different. The dew drops look good. Keep experimenting. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Beautiful comp.
    You would have been filled the drops in entire the frame.

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    Well thought and composed shot. Tiny water drops gives very good feel of weather in this photograph.

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