B&W landscape

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  1. NMLeakway

    NMLeakway TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for looking!
     
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    awesome sky and setting :thumbup:

    maybe increase the brightness of the lower half a smidgeon?
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    "Landscape" in the title suggests this is more "at home" in the Landscape and Nature Forum. I shall move it, right?

    (It is a bit on the dark side, indeed, those with darker monitors than mine might not get to see large parts of it - I do see the fence in the foreground, but just imagining the monitor I used to have until a year ago, that part would have shown all black...)
     
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    Now night is falling, the sun has gone down, it is getting dark, and I see a lot more in this photo now than I did earlier today! I see ALL of the fence now, the grass in front, the twiglets of the bushes, the "door" where the fence is open... it sometimes is also just a glare (even one we hardly notice) that makes a photo appear dark. So I take back my words from today and now think it would look great in print!!!
     
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    Thanks you two.
     

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