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Sous-Bois

December 6th, 2011

This morning I headed out of Québec City to find a good spot for an upcoming fashion photo shoot. Before leaving I quickly looked at the Google Maps satellite view to find some woods in the area. I turned off of the highway where I planned and got lost, but I came across this huge pine plantation. They where all planted in a symmetrical manner like soldiers.

Canon EOS 5D, Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM.

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Posted By: cadman
about 2 years, 7 months ago
This place looks very relaxing. I would love to find a spot like this where I live.

I would like to see a shot with more depth of field. The blurred out trees in the foreground are very distracting. Also, the narrow perspective makes it hard to see the scale of things.
Posted By: Fausty
about 2 years, 7 months ago
This came very close to my favourites folder. I like the colours and the structure of the trees. Great location.

Not sure why you decided to blur out the foreground trees though; I suppose you wanted to draw the eye down the gap between the trees but there isn't anything to be led towards. I think it would have been better to leave them in focus and let the vertical stripe pattern speak for itself. It looks like you might have used a Gaussian blur instead of a lens blur as well? The distracting part is that the blur doesn't cover the whole tree so branches on are still in focus and you can see the path that the select tool took.

Other than the blur I like it though thanks - would love to see the original.
Posted By: alexstrohl
about 2 years, 7 months ago
@Fausty
There was no blur added. The blur you see is from the lens.

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