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Oct 26th 2006#175139 Report
Member since: Oct 26th 2006
Posts: 2
Hello everyone,

I'm not a professional, just someone who gets a few good photos occasionally and has Photoshop. I hope this is the right place to post this.

I took this picture the other day and for some reason I just really like it, but it needs something. Being a total novice I just can't seem to figure out what. I think some good cropping will help, and I'll take the utility pole out of the background, but I can't figure out what else this needs to make it... right... pop... better. Can anyone help with a suggestion on what it needs?
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Oct 26th 2006#175148 Report
Member since: Mar 27th 2001
Posts: 2237
To start with get the mushroom out of the center of the frame. Make a crop to get rid of the utility pole and to move the mushroom offcenter that will help the overall composition.

Other than that, I'm not really sure what you are looking for. You could add a little saturation to help it out some.
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Oct 27th 2006#175157 Report
Member since: Apr 5th 2001
Posts: 2544
Yeah, crop the photo so the main subject is out of the center..
You found an interesting angle, mostly because you don't look at mushrooms this way all the time.

Too bad you didn't photograph the entire thing, you would've had more room to play around with the photo and try out different crops if you would've photographed the base entirely.

It's a nice photo nonetheless.
I would try and crop it vertically.
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Nov 3rd 2006#175240 Report
Member since: Oct 26th 2006
Posts: 2
Thank you! Yes, I wish I'd gotten the bottom of it but I was shooting kind of blindly since I couldn't get my eye that close to the ground and my LCD screen doesn't rotate.

Anyway, this is what I ended up doing to the photo (and two others):




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