Dawn/dusk shots

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  1. mustang6tee8

    mustang6tee8 TPF Noob!

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    No, not THOSE kinds of shots! :lol:

    A lonely tree and intense fog worked nicely together!

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    Drops of dew strung like a pearl necklace on a spider web suspended between two fence posts.

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    Bluebonnets against the setting sun on the horizon.

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    OMG the second one is STUNNING!!!!!!
     
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    I like all of these shots, but I read; a darker back drop behind the wet webs is a very good idea, good stuff.
     
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    thanks Raizels

    Jayms- now that i think about it, a black piece of paper would have worked well. but, this was early in the morning and i didn't have anyone else to help me out.
     
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    Mustang

    Drops of dew is a cool photo.
     
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    I really like the first photo. And photo 3 too beautifully imagery but the first photo is set perfect for me.
     
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    Thanks a bunch yall!

    I also took a vertical of the tree.

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    and a small (2" diameter) spider web in the grass.

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    played around with the bluebonnet pic in CS3

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    I prefer the original posted image. The low contrast is characteristic of the light and atmosphere.
     
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    I salute you !
     
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    +2 :)

    Awesome set!
     
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    thanks again yall!!
     

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