Bluebell Forest

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  1. Mohain

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    I went back to the forest to see if the bluebells had come out last weekend and the place a riot of blue! :lmao: ... and people with cameras!! :er:

    Was bizarre, a bloke with a Large format 5x4 camera, professionals doing family portraits, cameras on tripods everywhere! The light was quickly changing and I had to retouch people out of a couple of pics. Three pics from different times of the day and different processing.

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    Thanks for looking. C & C welcome.

    Cheers,

    Mohain
     
  2. Arch

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    wow, these are great mohain...... funny, i had the exact same experience over the weekend..... found a great place in the woods..... but couldnt get a shot without another photog being in it!...... most of mine sucked in the end tho.... you got great light here and good processing :thumbup:
     
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    interesting processing... the bluebells are amazing... i really like the first one... :thumbup:
     
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    #2 does it for me. Simply beautiful. I like how you can see the 'depth' of the flowers in that one. Well planned composition and sweet light.
     
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    Wow big difference. Guess there is not secret to the spot.
     
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    I love the processing you did on these. It makes them have kind of a mystical feel. Great job!
     
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    This series is absolutely magical. Incredible work; I'm in awe.
     
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    those are some awsome colors
     
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    OMG, what a beautiful sight! Love the postwork.
     
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    Thanks for the kind words :)

    This lighting change was over a period of about and hour or so. It eventually went really dull and started raining. There's been a couple of beautiful mornings sinse but I've been too lazy to get out of bed. :er:

    Cheers,

    Mohain
     

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