Simply amazing! The way this is angled, the sun coming in, somewhere in the woods. You must have a special eye, to capture such an amazing shot! I'm guessing it's fall right? Well, the brown and red leaves make is all the more beautiful! And how the leaves also are a carpet on the floor, the trees now bare. Sorry if this is a weird Critique, this is the first one I've done. Well, anyways, keep searching nature and you'll get a lot of wonderful things to share! So, keep on walking, and you'll get there. So amazing! Wonderful, amazing!
I like it but there is something wrong with your depth of field, it's too shallow i presume but in a strange way since only the trees on the right side are out of focus... strange, still pretty non the less
yeah, i noticed that myself as well. it's a stich of 2 photos, and i forgot to set the focus on the second photo as i only use manual settings and also, this was shot through a fence, and it's very likely i touched it with my lense and it changed the focus a bit as well i'm a dumbass, i always notice these things only when i'm back home
That makes more sense I used to be like that too, rushing things a bit , now not so much, but as long as you're aware of it you'll get better Oh and if you don't mind me asking, why are you shooting all manual?
no specific reason, actually i began with all automatic, but once i started shooting manual, i figured out i prefer it this way donno why, lol, probably because in a way i have more control over my camera and all i guess it became a habit by now, hihi
Yeah I get shooting in aperture shutter and manual mode, that's a must, but I don't get why you use manual focus. I've tried it but it seems like an unnecessary hassle to me since the body does that job pretty good most of the time. If you've got that mastered you're cruising What lens and body was this shot taken with?
guess i misunderstood you before well, i often try to take photos in the darkness, and i believe you know that getting the right focus [even when automatic] in the darkness is ... ugh, difficult so yes, i'm trying to master it and i must say i'm succeeding. slowly, but i am the lens is AF-S Nikkor 55-200mm DX