Big hill springs. Alberta

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    Just a random cool spring out northwest of Calgary Alberta.
    Kodak Tmax100. Overcast late evening.

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    bump. look at them large to get a truer sense of depth.
     
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    yay canada :) spring is in the air! heh
    i really like the first and last ones, they're my fave.
    i would maybe add a bit more sharpening and contrast to them
    but they're pretty sweet, nice atmosphere
     
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    Thanks, yea i tried to keep editing to a min on these. most of the reason its so soft in the center is all the steam that was rising from the stream. kinda fogged up everything. i will see if i can do some more playin around. the red filter may not have been a good idea, it washed out most of the snow while holding the detail back from dark areas... hmmm
     
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    They do seem to be lacking sharpness...but I figured part of that was from the scanning process. They do have a great 'film' feel to them...and sort of a dreamy effect.
     
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    it was the steam i tell ya! and yes the scanning process too... these are the low res preview scans.
     
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    I also like the first and last one. Nice!
     
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    Normally im not a fan of B&W photos with snow, but these have a very nice feel to them. Nice work!
     
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    thanks a lot dude! nice to hear! ive been surprised at how difficult snow has been lately, mostly because its been overcast so much and it just turns everything white, such a fine line to expose it correctly.
     

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