Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by nmsnapshots, Dec 29, 2009.
Here are a few shots from around New Mexico I took...
#1 Pimp. Pimp. Pimp. I freaking love this shot. Holy crap. Perfect.
#4 Ditto the above statement.
Seriously, these are great! Well done!
ha ha, thanks so much!
Mind if I snag the first one for my desktop background?
I don't mind at all... I can send you a better copy if you like... It was taken in the morning as the clouds were moving in front of the sun. It was like someone was turning on and off the dunes with a light switch...
I agree. I love the photos, especially number 4... The colors are so beautiful. I also like the one with the wild horses. Great photos!
#1. The mountains in the background need a bit of help. You can use ACR or Lightrooom and increase the exposure on them a tad. Nice perspective.
#2. Consider doing some dodge and burn to add depth. Nice composition
#3. Has some halo's or other artifacts going on wher the sky meets the hills.
#4. Shiprock? You could dodge the shadowed side to reveal more detail and add a gradient in the upper right corner to compensate for the loss of polarizer effect because of the locarion of the Sun.
#5. You could add gradient to the sky to pull down the exposure there.
#6. Nice leading lines.
#7. The OOF partial cross in the near forground ruins it for me.
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