Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Ron Evers, Dec 22, 2008.
Actually a drift beside our carport.
its beautiful, the angle and color of the sunlight makes the snow look so creamy. you must live in a beautiful area
You should either add more background objects to add reference ... or just concentrate on the snow to make it more surrealistic.
I think if you just concentrate on the snow drifts and the interesting shapes / shadows there, it would make more of an impact.
My thoughts exactly. However, there is nothing but a flat field behind the fence & I could not capture the tops of the drifts without including some fence.
FC, we are privileged to live on 10 acres. When we bought the land in 1973 it was a barren hill with no trees & now some folk say it is like a park.
How far north of the GTA are you?
The GTA extends north to Hwy.9 & we are 5½ miles north of it.
Well,you'll have to excuse the ignorance of a boy from the west, but what the heck is a GTA?
As to your photo, I always enjoy your pics and wish I had your eye.
GTA = Greater Toronto Area. :thumbup:
Well thank you. :blushing:
GTA = Greater Toronto Area, also known as the centre of the universe by some.
Thank you! I feel a little dumb for having to ask. Out here on vancouver Island ( where we have almost as much snow btw) Toronto is a semi mythical place we hear about in the news once in a while. usually because they too are being screwed by Ottawa.
I think it would look nice in a creamy B&W, looks like cookies and milk then, lol.
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