I don't do Landscapes (but I did anyway)

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by NateS, Aug 23, 2008.

  1. NateS

    NateS TPF Noob!

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    I really haven't done much of any Landscape photography before but thought I'd give it a try this evening. Please let me know your thoughts and c&c always welcomed.

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    My first ever Pano (sorry so small....blame photobucket)
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    I like the compositional elements in all of them, esp 1 and 2. Both seem just a little bit under-exposed to me however. #3 is nice, but for the dark area image right. All of them are suffering from over-exposed and relatively featureless skies. It looks like you've done a good job of saving what you could in post, but this is the perfect example of where a couple of stops of grad-nd filter would have save the day. Nice job on the pan, but again, a bit under-exposed.

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    great work.....i would have to agree on tirediron...your images seems a little underexposed....great work.
     
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    Thanks guys. I agree that they are a little underexposed....that was merely my feeble attempt at avoiding a blown out sky. I guess trying to compromise between a decent sky and decent foreground. I really do need to get a Grad ND to get it right, just not sure if it's worth the money since this isn't my normal types of photos.
     

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