Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by domromer, Mar 2, 2008.
2 and 3 are awesome! The second one looks like something from the age of the dinosaurs, it's awesome. And the third one, that's tight, I love the reflection in the droplet. The first and fourth are good, but not like, great, but compared to the second and third, it's hard for a shot to be great. Seriously great series.
2 is amazing! I love the color and light in that one.
You should walk in the woods more often. Number 1 is beautiful! It's a pity that number 2 is a tad overexposed and some detail is lost... otherwise it's amazing! Number 3 is not too shabby either. Very nice series.
they are all great
Thanks for the comments. I think I might reshoot #2 as an hdr.
1st is wonderful, reminds me of a population...that it is a sad 'population' (people, economy...)
first one is a keeper though... the green unfocused on the right side might be an issue due to the rest of the picture (composition-wise).
I don't really like the others honestly.
2: too complicated too over exposed, too much going on...
Great pictures. I know the light is out of your hands so it can sometimes be difficult to control, but there is some lost detail on #2. Still a great shot!
I like the last one as well with all the curves. It's interesting.
I saw these pics and knew you had to be on the west coast! I love it out there!
#2 was actually way underexposed originally. It's more my interpretation of the scene. I'm going to practice getting a good exposure in the dark backlit woods, I'm not quite sure how to do it.
Here's a shot that is close to what the original looked like. I thought it was kinda flat and dull. Thats why I went for the dramatic strange lighting.
The funny thing is I didn't even plan on keeping these shots of the woods. I was just checking the exposure with my D80 before I took the shot with my medium format. Otherwise I would have used a tripod.
Very nice. I always have trouble taking pictures in the woods.
I like #1 the most. So wet. Great light.
#1 and #2 are great, like a magical forest of fairies.
The lines are interesting in #4.
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