Jeepers Creepers

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  1. teneighty23

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    this whole area was a mouse nest, hawks flying all around. and a storm was passing on through. perfect.

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    They are very very good. number 4 stands out for me. I wish the top of the tree wasnt cut out though.
    nice work.
     
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    I quite like #2 and #4 primarily for the exposure.
    Don't mind the crop off the top of the tree in #4, but, I think the partial branch over the shack in #2 would be better removed.
    The highlights may perhaps be a wee bit strong, but because they are smaller areas, I don't feel they are detrimental.
    Good job.
     
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    Love the composition and tone on all of them. But wonder how they would look if the highlights were darkened just a tad.
     
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    I love all of them. Very good angles on Nr. 1 and 4. I like Nr. 5 also a lot. The b/w suits the images perfectly.
     
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    4 is the best, love it :)
     
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    How did you stretch the perspective on these... It looks like the same dead tree in all the photos and the barn is the same orientation, but in #2, the barn looks fairly close the the tree, but in #4, it looks like the house is way way behind the tree. Is this just the lens. I'm assuming #4 was using a wide angle and #2 a longer lens?
     
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    Thanks for all the comments everyone!
    Yea these were shot with a couple different lenses, wide angle 17-40 mm for #4 and zoomed right in at 90 mm for shot #2, the wide angle lense has some pretty hardcore distortion, especially for shots that you include the ground right in front of you, looks triiiiiiiippy.
    Edit:these were shot with a 35mm camera, so the lense focal lengths are for 35mm or full frame sensor digi.

    Thanks SympL, your comments are held in high regards! i did a little bit of editing. toned things down a tad. more of a traditional B+W than infrared feel.

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    #1 and 4 are my faves
    nice focal points, atmosphere and contrasting
    definetely suits b&w
    i just love dilapidated bulidings
     
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    They're all nice but 2 and 4 also were atop my list. I like 4 better than 7. Good work.
     
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    The first is killer. I like the tree on the right. It looks like the guy has a very anxiety-ridden tale to tell.
     
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    Now this is a fun series to look at! I really like how you explored the possibilities here, and it is difficult for me to pick a "best" because each one can stand on it's own, without being a part of the series. Nice.......

    Marc
     

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