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  1. Ashief

    Ashief TPF Noob!

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    dxqcanada Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Possibly a combination of many things ... good lens, PP, and notice there is no direct sunlight (probably overcast days).
     
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    Photography skills combined with photoshop skills. Like the other person said, it's most likely a combination of equipment, photoshop, and the shooter's skills. All that put together = his/her style. Some of them were taking close to dusk. Start with that, experiment with filters, and learn some post-processing and you too can have great shots in that type of style.
     
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    All of the above - style.
    I work with a couple of pro photographers, I can see a photo and know whose it is - the combo of exposure, DoF, PP.
    I have my own style, prefer sharp shadows (sunlight) contrasty, medium DoF.
    Practice, play, develop your style. At first conscious effort will guide you, after a while it'll fall into place.
    And style will show regardless of lens, camera or PP program...
     

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