Lost Souls

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Mullen, Jun 11, 2008.

  1. Mullen

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    ...Or Cows In the Fog, whichever you prefer. ;)

    We had a foggy sunset a couple days ago and I coaxed my camera into taking this photo. One problem I see with it is that the reflection of the tree on the left didn't completely get into the picture.

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    oh who cares. you don't even notice that the full reflection isn't there. the picture is too beautiful elsewhere. i really like this one alot
     
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    Very interesting and pleasing. Good one.
     
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    Fantastic capture! Looks like a great moment to do some black and whites too.

    If you're worried about the reflection on that left tree, you could always try a portrait crop of the middle trees - Maybe centre around the trunk of the most foreground one.
     
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    Thanks for the comments tedE, Fox Paw, and TrickyRic.

    Yeah, I guess the other trees not being completely reflected makes that trees reflection matter less.
     
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    wow, nice atmosphere in this one.
     
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    I like it. I'm not sure who told everyone that everything had to be perfectly symmetrical or "complete" to make a good photograph, but I'd like to meet him so I could pop him in the nose. :)


    Nice shot. Very captivating. Esp. if you like cows. :)
     
  8. Mullen

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    Thanks ernie.

    Thanks.

    That was my perfectionist side that suggested it needed symmetry. :p
     
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    Yeah this looks awesome. I wonder what it would look like to Gradient Maps applied? :D
     
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    Thanks. I opened it up in PhotoShop and played with the gradient maps, the fog makes a neat effect. You can play with it if you want.
     

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