Frosty(digital)

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  1. christopher

    christopher TPF Noob!

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    It was frosty out today, after a really thick fog last night. Only a couple shots:


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  2. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    Hi Christopher, thanks for sharing those. I am constantly reminded that you guys on the wrong side of equator :mrgreen: are going through winter! :lol:

    1. This is unusual and apstract shot, usually these types are quite hit or miss, but I personally like this - mainly because the tree looks like it has 'humanoid' qualities!
    2. Love the reds in the photo..hrrm i would like to see different hues in the background, perhaps pumping up saturation just a tad bit :). For some reason even though the bg is blurred it still looks a bit busy to me. :scratch:
    3. A masterpiece! 'nuff said. :salute:
    4. i like this alot , but perhaps a stronger emphasis of depth of field leading up to the 'blossoming pine ice bud'
    5. I really love this shot too! The yellows seem quite strong here.


    Absolutely LOVE number 3 matey - thats an awesome pic. Glad you took time to share all to them... they are all quite good! :thumbsup:
     
  3. Nytmair

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    all i can say is "wow"...i love them! The last one has to be my favorite, the colors, the contrast, the detail...just great! hope to see more from you soon!

    -Dan
     
  4. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #5 is my favorite, good saturated color, and I like contract between the covered side of the cone and uncovered
     
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    Wow is right! Love the last one also. But then I am originally from Washington State, (USA for all you Aussies out there) and I just love pines.
     
  6. christopher

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    Thank you very much!
    I like the third one as well, it kinda looks like a sea shell.

    I was so sure about the last one, because my monitor is whacky and I'm not sure how others would see it, but nice to know that my monitor isn't as whacky as I thought! :)
     
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    These are very nice. I think the second to last is my favorite. I love the winter and trees and you've done a very nice job here of capturing them. :)
     
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    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    I gotta get me some snow this year.
    They make for the best pictures.

    These are glorious Christopher.
     
  9. Nytmair

    Nytmair TPF Noob!

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    I forgot to ask this before...what camera did you use for these?
     
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    The last one is my fave. Nice work.

    Aaron
     
  11. christopher

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    It's a Sony Cybershot DSC-P72

    I'm glad people like these! I'm thinking I could possibly use some of my digital outtings for my portfolio I can get them turned into slides. So two birds with one stone, having fun AND doing work. :p
     
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    Mother nature gets extra credit for the snow coating. Christopher gets extra credit for the shots! How long will this deal last on trees etc? What was the time of day and temp?
     

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