Frosty foggy morning

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  1. Tangerini

    Tangerini TPF Noob!

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    Questions, comments, concerns? :blushing:
     
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    Hmm... it's hard to know what to say. my eye is drawn towars the shrub in the foreground, but my mind is curious to know what's going on further down the road by that bridge
     
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    No concerns, other than that it might have been quite quite cold to take this one! (And additional concerns as to our winter here in North Germany in comparison which simply refused to be one, but that is a more general concern).

    Comments ... it wasn't only frosty but also foggy, I assume?
    The snow looks a bit "blown" ... too bright. No more detail to be seen at all.
    Did you set your camera manually or did you let it decided on its own?
     
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    Well now I see why your location is "IN your house". :)

    Dani
     
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    Yes it was very foggy that morning and it created such a wonderful atmosphere.
    I did set the camera manually, but (I think) I've learned a quite a bit from these forums to be able to capture moments like these better in the future.

    Thank you all for your comments
     
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    nice :)

    but I think some of the subtleness which can be in snow surfaces got lost. it all looks equally bright on the snow. but I know that correct exposure for snow can be very hard.

    as for the perspective and what is shown, it instantly reminded me of army times, close to the ground, approaching a bridge, not knowing what might be behind the bridge where the trees are ... but that is maybe just me .. but it is like a snapshot of such a situation ;)
     

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