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I Found The Spot, But Not The Light

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The sky was completely overcast. Thus, another trip is in the works.
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Post by minniev »

It is a beautiful scene, masterfully composed. Have you tried asking it to give you more in terms of contrast, and color versions, to compensate for the overcast conditions? I would guess that you already tried and weren’t content with the result. I look forward to seeing the one you ARE content with! It’ll be grand, I’m sure.
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So is that the reason for tone here Bob?? and I'm with minniev wondering about contrast..I'm sure you have presented as wanted....

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Minnie and Psjunkie, yup, very flat lighting being filtered through a thick layer of fog and clouds. I would have liked just a bit more sunlight, but that not in the offering. I'll definitely be going back, hopefully with a bit better weather.

Since this was a completely film project, there's no color. I did take on color photo of the camera setup, but even that isn't much to write home about. Thanks for looking and the interest.
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Post by St3v3Murray »

rmalarz wrote:
Fri Dec 14, 2018 5:59 pm
The sky was completely overcast. Thus, another trip is in the works.
--Bob
One benefit of an overcast day is flat light, it's excellent for flowers and such. More contrast? S-
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