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    Trees over water

    As the title suggests...
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    the light that is falling through the trees and reflecting in the water is magnificent. i wonder how it looks in color ...
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    Beautiful shot! very atmospheric

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernie View Post
    i wonder how it looks in color ...
    It's pretty much monochrome but I just thought it would work beter B&W.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tempra View Post
    Beautiful shot! very atmospheric
    I absolutely agree.
    Well done.
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    ooo... nice one, thats some good looking light!

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    Great picture.

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    Lovely. The reflected light is quite ethereal. One thing that particularly caught my eye is a heart shape in the trees.
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    The light is brilliant. It's a little hard to make out what's what in B&W though.

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    Ooo, I missed seeing this one until I noticed it in the PotM lineup. I know you hate this, but ...







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    yeah i would like it more if what was going on was clearer in the black and white.
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    It was just a grab shot. Here is the whole view.
    It was a fine balance - if I exposed to show what was going on then I lost the light patterns. I had to go for the optimum.
    Personally, I kinda like the power lines but including them changes the whole focus of the image and, at the time, I was just interested in what the light was doing.
    And I would say that it looks fine on my monitor - but then, I use a Mac and calibrate it with a Spyder
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    It's nice to see more of the scene that you came upon. The feeling is definitely different in the 2nd, but no less interesting light-wise.
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    It's really quite a striking sight, the downgoing and upgoing rays so clear, and intersecting, like that. Well spotted and well captured.



 

 
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