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Autumn in Victoria Park

This is a discussion on Autumn in Victoria Park within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I would definitely appreciate some critique as I don't photograph landscapes very often. I'm posting three images but don't feel ...

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    I would definitely appreciate some critique as I don't photograph landscapes very often. I'm posting three images but don't feel that you have to critique all three. Any of them is just fine with me.

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    shot 2 is the strongest image here, then shot 3.
    Shot 1 leaves the foreground and background without a strong enough connection if that makes any sense. Compare that with shot 1, way better flow.

    Shot 3 is good but not super exciting, perhaps a low down angle following the path might have given this something more.

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    For me, no.2 with perhaps a bit (very little) shaved off the top and again a bit (very,very little) off the bottom. Nice image.

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