shadow gate.................

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  1. anua

    anua TPF Noob!

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    really harsh light/shadow here....what do you think about it? comments and suggestions are welcome, as always-:)
    my monitor behaves strange lately, so im not sure if the whites are not too white here....same about dark areas.....whats your thoughts?
    thanks-:)



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    thanks for looking,

    anj
     
  2. railman44

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    I like #4 the best even though they're all very good!
     
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    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    I really like the way the shadows and lines look in the first and second bella!
     
  4. vixenta

    vixenta Hands Off Me Haggis!

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    Very good lighting, the shadow is very effective. I'm prett sure i'm seeing what you're seeing at how your describe the whites not being so white.

    My favourite is picture four as it gives an impression of an eery scene being in the middle of nowhere in a ghost like town :D
     
  5. clarinetJWD

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    3. I tried to get shots like this once. I failed ;) Great job
     
  6. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    I really like the graphic quality present in these images .
    #1 & #2 jump out at me for the abstract quality.
    #4 strikes me with its nice composition and great tonal variation thruout.

    I'm looing at these on a calibrated 20" cinema screen and they look great jus so you know. Only blown areas i see are the sky in #2 and maybe the top left corner of the last shot.
     
  7. anua

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    thanks for your comments-:)

    vixenta - he he - the feeling of 'being in the middle of nowhere'...that was exactly the feeling ive had, when i saw the scenery!-:)

    ah, and thanks JonK for checking it out at your monitor!
    you've helped me alot!
    thank you!

    -:)
     
  8. JonMikal

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    all are well done anua! you have an incredible eye for shots most miss...i love your work!
     
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    Cool photos ..... now I'd see these and either shoot them and make them look like dung ... or I'd walk past them not seeing the potential .....

    GREAT work .. keep inspiring me please.
     
  10. ferny

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    What do I think? I think they're pretty much spot on. I don't get the alone feeling, I just like the abstractness that they have.

    I've told you about how well you're use light haven't I! :thumbsup:
     

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