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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by dmwphoto, Sep 29, 2005.
I kind of blew it on this shot, but I still enjoy the mood of it.
Not bad Dave! My eyes draws me to that green dot. Maybe a little photoshop to remove it?
Thanks for the comment Anthony. I will go back and do that.
I really like the image as well...just clone out the lens flair a touch. But the image itself is very nice indeed. Morning or evening shot? Looks like morning I do believe.
Very nice, Dave. I love the way the curve of the fence echos the mountain. It has a very serene feeling.
Thanks Frank and Leigh. It was early morning and the fog was just lifting. I tried to capture the rays of sun into the remaining fog and at the same time present the fence in a manner that took you throughout the image. I will take that bit of flare out and try and process it a little better.
Dave, you know I love early morning pictures if you remove that dot it's a realy great picture!
Looks great to me. The sun rays and the angles of the fence are an nice interaction.
Very Nicely Done
thanks Hans and RFC.
I like it tough lighting but it looks like you captured it like you saw it I would just clone out the little flare, sure wish I could spend a Sunday morning in that relaxing place
I agree about the flare "dot" but you did a great job with the sunrays and the lifting fog. The curved fence makes for a nice visual journey through the shot!
Mike and Kevin,
Thanks for looking and taking the time to comment. As tough as work is today I am longing to be back there.
Very nice composition, all the elements make it great, the mist, the trees and the fences.
if that's what you call "blowing a shot" I want lessons. :smile:
I guess I must have missed this one when first posted. I like it.
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