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I like this shot a lot. I like the bright hills contrasting with the dark fore ground. I like how the road leads the eye to the ridge line on the hills. Texture in the clouds hurts on the left side (I think anyway). The road looks and feels wet, I think it adds to the composition to remain so. Perha...
didn't have much to work with, so went artistic.. I think it is a Harrier Hawk, but don't know my birds that well. With better light and a little bit of luck, will get many more of this bird.
Hi Shine, It has awesome punch you in the face impact. BUT, having said so, for some reason I want the reflection of the Wiz-ard covered in cobwebs, dim, sneaking up on you, the LAST thing you see - as dark, gloomy, dirty, no - more so as the scene you put him in. As you have it, it is like shiny da...
thanks Paula, Linda, Matt. Matt, I think I know the area of your old stomping grounds, there are many beautiful shots of the Shenandoah to be had. I need to change my "location" to Guard Shore on the Chesapeake.
I like Chuck's dead eyes. Through a hole, you would likely only see the wall behind anyway. The vineyards feel like fences and prison - I would consider going b/w and spook the scene up.
- Tue Jan 16, 2018 6:13 pm
- Forum: ― Scapes Showcase
- Topic: Dawn two years ago, and image quality
- Replies: 13
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you use your car a lot... there is a difference between a cheap tripod and a well-made tripod. BUT, to carry in the trunk of your car, perhaps make a Bean Bag.
- Mon Jan 15, 2018 2:51 am
- Forum: Animals Critique
- Topic: Let the Games Begin! 2018 Dam Bird Jamboree
- Replies: 9
- Views: 59
it is too bad the one was crossing the other right when the shot happened, I love the colors and texture of water and stage. That is a dramatic stage against the rushing waters. I love their quirky poses and faces - they are full of character. All lined up and spaced apart. So you're taking picture...