apples in the snow

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  1. julz

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    my mum needed a pic for her billboard or callendar, so i took some shots, dunno if she would need any of these, but here's some of them on a small scale

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    Very Nice :D love the last one with the little bit of snow on top of it. they're a bit like the ones you had before, maybe some more snow on top of them , sprinkle a bit around or something? , i like the depth of field on them too, looks good :D
     
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    nice concept. if theres a way you can get the background to be white, then itll be stronger.

    i dont like the blue ones at all.
     
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    Nice idea. :) I think the first and last one are the best (the blue ones are a bit too dark...)
     
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    i too like the concept! i agree making all the snow white would more striking but like what you've done so far. :thumbsup: i sure your mum was pleased with these.
     
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    yep she just looked at them and she sed she reli liked them. and i just did the blue for the variations. im just obsessed with that function in my camera, but i cant use it much, coz its not noticeable, but thanx everyone =)
     
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    nice, i like the non-blue ones too...would it be possible for you to bounce the flash? just to eliminate the glare...
     
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    i took some with just no flash too, i'll post them 2moro
     
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    number 1 is the best for me
     
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    cool stuff julz, i dig the non-blue ones - the red and white snow seems to have the most visual impact. However its good to experiment with the hues. :D

    I find for some reason I find images with a 'blue cast' are hard to get right- someone told me that blue has the most 'noise' of all the colours. Its why you seldom see folks using blue filters on cameras. Also when converting colour to b&w I tend reduce the blue channel quite a bit too.

    back to your image, very nice composition. the curving makes the eye wander the length of the photograph. I agree adding a bit o' snow would be cool as suggested. Also taking a big ol bite out of one the apples in the progression would add alot of character to the compostion as well (idea comes from a pic from last months competion). Perhaps show one of the apples sliced or Find a rotten/bruise to put in the progression? Possibilities are endless with type of shot :D
     
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    thats alotta input, also stealing some of that knowledge for myself :D :p , hope julz decides to do a re-shoot, those ideas rock :D ... and there i go taking pictures of blue things earlier :roll: ah well... cant win em all. lol
     

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