Asylum lake trail

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  1. joyride

    joyride TPF Noob!

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    The Trail.
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    The Boarder
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    nice shots i really like the 2nd one... maybe use a polarizer to darken the blue in the skies...
     
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    They're all great but number 2 amazes me! I agree with JTH though about darkening the sky a little.
     
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    I like the first. It looks very like home to me (everything around me looks just like that, and even with this amount of snow right now). I like the composition of that photo, too, with the two fallen tree trunks leading the way.
     
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    thanks for the cooments. Looking at #2 on this computer, the sky is way too bright. I can fix that in PS. As for the polarizer, Ihave been trying to figure itout. I have a Linear polarizer. Any advice o using it? When I turn it, the view gets darker and lighter. I understand that this is the grid turning, but when is it correct? When its dark?
     

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