Frozen Lake

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  1. Dmitri

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    Any opinions or criticisms are more than welcome.
     
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    I like the cooler tones here. I would have tried to get lower to include more of the frozen lake and/or closer to that clump of snow by the tree....if you could without falling in of course!
     
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    Unfortunately this was as close as I could get without freezing feets. Thank you for replying. Seems I over processed it quite a bit in an attempt to get it to pop a bit (original was quite bland). Will keep working.
     
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    I do agree with that, but I didn't mention that. ;)
     
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    I think the horizon is tilted just enough to be noticeable.
     
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    I don't know, I'm a fan of b&w myself. I fixed the horizon. Hopefully it's straight, (I'm quite tired at the moment...) I tried keeping your copyright the best I could with having to crop it after the rotation. Of course there are many ways to mess with the mixer for b&w but I think the contrast difference is nice.
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    WOW!!! Just wow. :drool:
     

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