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    Melanie Thomsen

    Last month while on a walk with family members, I tried my hand at capturing detail and landscape shots for use online for our family’s ministry. Shooting a winding path is more difficult than it looks! 🙂

    Would appreciate input as to how I could improve the first picture! The other picture provides comparison – maybe I’m making the same mistake in both?

    Camera: Canon 7D
    Lens: 28-135mm
    Focal Length: 28mm
    ISO: 500
    Aperture: 3.5
    Edits: Shadows -12, Vibrance +5, Saturation +2, Vignette -22


    James Staddon

    Hi @melaniethomsen, I feel I covered the critique of these pictures pretty well in the webinar on Tuesday. If you didn’t happen to be there or want to re-watch it, you can use the link below, starting at around the 1hr mark:


    Melanie Thomsen

    @jamesstaddon, Yes, you did! Thank-you very much for your input.

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