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    Re: How can I improve this photo

    Figure out the message you want to convey to the viewer, your primary focal point (stone, wife, number of buried, etc) and work from there. Good pic - I got the message - she missed the person.

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      Re: How can I improve this photo

      How can I improve this photo
      You peaked my interest so on the last day of May the wife and I went to the Soldiers and Sailors Home in Erie,PA. Although not at mid day but a few hours later but a bright sky. I did use center weight but was able to pull in the highlights with light room. If you look at the tops you can see how harsh the whites are. I used the D500 with a Tamron 70-200/2,8 lens and a polarizer. One thing I do not like about the Tamron that I had on my Olympus 70-200 was a finger slide in the lens shade to turn the polarizer. I did not use a lens shade. On the first shot I was next to a tree that shaded me so I would not get lens flare.
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      Re: How can I improve this photo

      Hi and my I make an attempt as well? I do not want to download and try without permission first as people feel differently about that kind of stuff

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      Re: How can I improve this photo

      How can I improve this photo
      Quote Originally Posted by LouCioccio View Post
      You peaked my interest so on the last day of May the wife and I went to the Soldiers and Sailors Home in Erie,PA. Although not at mid day but a few hours later but a bright sky. I did use center weight but was able to pull in the highlights with light room. If you look at the tops you can see how harsh the whites are. I used the D500 with a Tamron 70-200/2,8 lens and a polarizer. One thing I do not like about the Tamron that I had on my Olympus 70-200 was a finger slide in the lens shade to turn the polarizer. I did not use a lens shade. On the first shot I was next to a tree that shaded me so I would not get lens flare.
      Lou Cioccio
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      How can I improve this photo-dsc_0723.jpg
      Great Photos!





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