Old barn on a misty morning

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    Captured this before the low morning cloud could lift

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    I like the shot, and the idea, but I wonder about the timing, the birds in the left top add interest to the shot, could they have been more in the picture. My eye also keeps bouncing to the stuff in the bottom right corner, I might have left that out of the picture. Once again computer back coaching of photography is allot easier than being there, it does not distract from a good shot.
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    Thank you I appreciate the critique, that's what will help me learn and become better. I was trying to use a strong rule of thirds by moving the barn to the left of the frame. I was also limited by the amount that I can pan the camera to the left as there is a newly built, rather ugly chicken barn there. But it is what it is so I have made a couple adjustments to the photo below. Any better?


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    the photo is great, i like the fog in the backgorund a lot and the positioning of the barn in the photo. great job
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    nice shot...the second version is a better crop.
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    I agree the second crop works well

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    I agree the second crop works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDeHole View Post
    thats a nice pic. looks like nz. we get mist here all the time
    Again the pic of the barn was posted 9 years ago. Today there is a Walmart and Starbucks doing a thriving business.


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