Mt Rainier

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  1. wil

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    This was taken on Aug 4, 2005 w/ A Cannon AE1 and Fuji Reala 100[​IMG]
     
  2. wil

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    OK I'll try again. Please tell me your thoughts.
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    cool. i want to get up and see Mt Rainier someday.

    As far as the shot goes, I'm left feeling like I want to see more of the mountain on either side of it. It's like a head shot of a model with a really hot body...... ;)
     
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    i feel like this picture doesnt make it feel as big as it actually is. which is problem i have had when ever i have shot mountains too., mabe more in the foreground?
     
  5. wil

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    Heres another shot

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    These two are just begging to be in black and white IMO...if you use photoshop try doing it with a channel mixer layer, check monochrome, and then do 160, 190, -200, then move the constant to the left a bit...and go from there. I think it would look just lovely :)
     
  7. wil

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    Is this what you had in mind?


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    I like it. I'm thinking this would be GREAT shot in IR. I think it would really help balance the picture. It would cool off the mountain and the sky and help them stand out, and it would lighten the trees down front.
     
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    Nice!!! I think it adds to the feel of the pic a lot...you might try it with the first as well :)
     
  10. wil

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    Here it is, Critique away!!!:wink:




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  11. Nikon Fan

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    Great job with both conversions! I love mountains in black and white, I think you've done an excellent job with each...that's all the critique I've got left in me for this one :)
     

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