Clouds of death

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  1. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Shot these today with my new graduated ND filter to help balance the sky, C&C appreciated!

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  2. JimmyO

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    I like I like

    Great shots

    Love the wide-angle feel of 2

    I like number 3 but the snow seems a bit blown out
     
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    I absolutely love these shots, but number one is my favorite. The contrast in the headstones is great.
     
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    I like #1 aswell, I get more of the feeling of.. Hey.. this cloud is evil.. lol
     
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    I like them!
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    If not for the slight blur of your model in the last photo, it would be superb. Can envision it on an album cover. (Did I just date myself?)

    #1 and 3 are very nice as well.
     
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    2 and 4 are my favs, one lost too much detail in the center of the shot and 3 is too contrasty. A good series overall though.
     
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    These are great.
     
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    i love it, looks so neat
     
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    Cool photos! I really like the first one, however you got all of the foot prints at the bottom. I takes away (just a bit) from the photo as a whole.

    Pardon my newbie ignorance, but what exactly does a graduated ND filter do? (Nevermind, I figured it out....)

    -JT
     
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    Love #1. The footprints don't bother me because there is a wreath placed on that marker. I like all the photos.
     
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    I like these, 2 & 5 are my favourites, I just wish the girl in 5 was a little more in focus as she has a great facial expression. Good stuff though. Shooting in snowy scenes plays havoc with the metering sometimes, so great work.
     

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