New- Industrial Weir Thing

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  1. RikC

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    I love it! Great shot. At first I wasn't sure if I liked how dark the photo is, but it adds an element that the viewer is in the forest with lots of trees overhead blocking the light.
    Great shot of the water.
     
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    I love this picture. Would like even more of not for the water drops on the lenses.
     
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    Thanks, I only noticed the water droplets when the image was shown at full size, they're really annoying!
     
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    hey welcome to the forum

    great shot, love the dark feel to this shot
     
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    Funny thing is I had to have a large exposure, and even lighten the pic up on PS, the day was that dull. Any tips on not getting droplets on the picture?

    Here are another two I took at the same time.
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    Was going for a surreal/dark/narnia-esque look fo this shot.

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    Just saw the tire lying there and thought it would make a good shot!
     
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    Lucky you to be having such a dull day you could ever so easily expose for that long.
    Of the first b+w pic: I find that pretty light and bright... where is the dark or "narnia" look? I think you need to play with highlights/shadows a little more (maybe?).
     
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    I think for me it is the lightness of it that conjurs up that image for me; of a world frozen in time of winter with light bouncing off frost and snow. I suppose different things, both photos and imagined lands, can mean differnet things for differnet people.
     
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    I love the water in the first.
     
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    the first one is great! I love the soft look of it (maybe it was created by a slight blur, or camera movement, or maybe by a mist over there) but it looks amazingly!
     
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    That first one is awesome. The lighting makes the viewer seem like he is there and experiencing it. Great shot.
     
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    Nice shot
     

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