Hangul Haze

This is a discussion on Hangul Haze within the IR & HDR Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Im not sure about this one, I took it halfway up Gimje mountain here in Jeonju, and it was so windy that the leaves/branch in ...


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    Im not sure about this one, I took it halfway up Gimje mountain here in Jeonju, and it was so windy that the leaves/branch in the foreground got very blurred during bracketing (should have done one single RAW but I never remember to), but I kind of like how the foreground is all blurry and the background isn't, what do you think?

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    Firstly love the tree framing the shot - well spotted - foreground trees dont detract too much

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    Beautiful spot and composition, Alex. The only thing I might have done differently would have been to get the camera lower, so that the foreground branch didn't break the line of the distant mountains.


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    Beautiful spot and composition, Alex. The only thing I might have done differently would have been to get the camera lower, so that the foreground branch didn't break the line of the distant mountains.
    yah that's a good tip, when I go back ill definitely try to find a better way to frame it.
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    so awakening.


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