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Full Critique More chainsaw action.

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Ok we had some more tree work done recently storms and high winds made us remove a few trees.

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So many views and zero feedback?
 

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I'll have a go at this mate. The first one I like but you have neither tree nor saw in focus. I think if you had've had the branch in focus leaving the saw
our of focus it would've given it a different feeling. Of course you could've tried saw in focus branch out of........... It pays to take a few shots trying different things and out of those you'll usually find something.

The second shot doesn't do anything for me although I know what you are trying to show. Here again different angles (which may not have been to the operators liking) need to be tried. A bit of a crop helps this image I think as below:
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I think the reason there are so many looks and no takers with critiques is that some don't feel qualified to have their say and others Like me,

don't like to say something that doesn't have a positive outlook. Yep, its a photo forum and you joined to learn but we're all human :swoon: and hopefully there'll be a few others put their 2 cents worth shortly.
By the way, the fella on the saw is obviously experienced but could do with a new blade and has run the bar low on oil at some stage by the look of it. :grin:
 
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I'll have a go at this mate. The first one I like but you have neither tree nor saw in focus. I think if you had've had the branch in focus leaving the saw
our of focus it would've given it a different feeling. Of course you could've tried saw in focus branch out of........... It pays to take a few shots trying different things and out of those you'll usually find something.

The second shot doesn't do anything for me although I know what you are trying to show. Here again different angles (which may not have been to the operators liking) need to be tried. A bit of a crop helps this image I think as below:
:oops:
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I think the reason there are so many looks and no takers with critiques is that some don't feel qualified to have their say and others Like me,

don't like to say something that doesn't have a positive outlook. Yep, its a photo forum and you joined to learn but we're all human :swoon: and hopefully there'll be a few others put their 2 cents worth shortly.
By the way, the fella on the saw is obviously experienced but could do with a new blade and has run the bar low on oil at some stage by the look of it. :grin:
Thank you noted, those trees are full of silica notoriously hard and forever needing a sharpen.
 
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