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  1. Geronimo

    Geronimo TPF Noob!

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    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    the 1st is my favourite.
    great atmosphere and lighting.
    very spooky!
     
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    Wow, the first one is amazing. I love the lighting and mood.
     
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    Excellent! I see the night shots progressing. Keep in mind that the light source in the first 2 frames may be a little rough (specular highlights). Absolutely, positively, beautiful gradients in the bottom 2 frames.
     
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    agree 1st is tight
     
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    I completely agree!
    What a interesting combination of nature and man-made.
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nice bunch of images!! I also like the dreamy effect of the first one.

    Would love seeing a large version of the last two, though. I am betting they are much more beautiful when you can see all that detail. The last one in particular is just gorgeous. I like the simplicity of the scene, the way it's composed and the reflection. Nice job!! :D
     
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    Thank you all. And yes terri it does have more of a feel to it at a larger size. I will try to post a link to it when I get back from work.
     
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    Wow, agreed about the last two gradients.
    And the first one is just amazing. How did you achieve that effect?
    I guess it was a foggy night after rain, but did you use any special effects?

    Please help out a beginner :p
    Dimitry
     
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    Love the juxtaposition in that first shot - excellent work!
     
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    For the first one, the ice had been melting and finished today. Just as the sun set a few hours ago, it started to fog up for a few minutes and then just disappear. Yet to return after a few more minutes. Just alot of different manual zoom to get it in focus right. There was no special effects done on the images either.
     
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    Totally agree, this is so cool
     

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