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  1. Ady

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    A cold morning in the Dales looking down on a hamlet, I was quite pleased with the end result.............any C/C appreciated.



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    HDR?
     
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    looks like a nice place. i'd have gotten the camera onto the other side of the fence though.
     
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    Yes but quite subtle (or so I thought)
     
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    Love it! I agree with the PP, I would have avoided the first fence. The stone wall adds a really cool focal point though...leds the eye down the picture. The wire fence just confuses me.
     
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    I guess that's relative; not subtle at all to me. Interesting shot, but I don't care for the HDR, personally.
     
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    It's amazing how HDR processing can flatten an image.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback - I see what you are saying about the mesh wire but I think the stump and square mesh in the foreground adds interest as without it would just be a straightforward view.............subjective like most things.
     
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    HDR? Sorry, I'm kinda slow.
     
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    Another from the same walk without as much processing, possibly my fave shot from the set today - went with a similar idea for the immediate foreground using the gate to point to the scene.

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    There is a bit of haloing.
    The tree blends in completely with the background hills.
    Flat. Again.
     
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    I don't like the gate in the second shot, myself. I think the wall would be sufficient in leading into the picture. The tree seems a little odd as well, and there's some significant halo'ing. Still very cool and love how far you can see the rolling hills.

    Edit: Like BJ pointed out, I think it's the flatness that makes the tree weird to me.
     

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