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The Foggy River

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by NateS, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. NateS

    NateS

    Oct 11, 2007
    Missouri
    Seemed like a fitting title. I'd love general thoughts as well as which you prefer...no fog or with fog.

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    It may just be me, but you have to look at the fog version for a little while after the non-fog to make it look right. I know which way I prefer (I think) but would like other thoughts/opinions.
     
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  2. NateS

    NateS

    Oct 11, 2007
    Missouri
    bump....anybody??
     
  3. NateS

    NateS

    Oct 11, 2007
    Missouri
    Maybe I need a more subtle edit....
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  4. Of the 3, I prefer the last one. The first 2 have no appeal to my eye. I think the background is a bit cluttered (even thought all 3 are the same) and the processing overdone. With the last one, the green helps make what I am viewing seem like a real place.

    God Bless,
    David
     
  5. NateS

    NateS

    Oct 11, 2007
    Missouri
    Thanks David. Based on lack of reponse here and responses from another forum, I think I'm going to give this one to the trash bin and chalk it up as another failed landscape attempt. I think maybe I should just stick to tiny critters and people.
     
  6. the Pond

    the Pond

    767
    Jan 5, 2007
    Canada
    Nate, can you post your last pic in sepia or b/w with slight vignette? I think that may be a good option for this pic. It would make a great background for the right portrait as well. Hang on to it I say.
     
  7. No 3 is nice!
     
  8. NateS

    NateS

    Oct 11, 2007
    Missouri
    I will try to do that and post it up. You are right though....this would be an awesome place to go for a portrait shoot....I'll have to remember that. It's about 25 miles from home, but that's not too far I don't think. I would feel much more comfortable in this location if doing portraits rather than landscapes.
     
  9. midocr

    midocr

    Mar 28, 2008
    OH - IO
    Mike
    First two aren't showing for me.
     
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