Sign, Shadows, and Ice

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by John E., Mar 26, 2005.

  1. John E.

    John E. TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the warning, but it's a tadd chilly for a swim :razz:

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    Egad's, could I possibly find any more negitave space in the pic. :scratch:

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    Any one of the female persuasion up for a skinny dip with me:eyebrows:

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    great comps and b&w my friend! :thumbup: i really like your treatments; please share your adjustments if you can.

    the last caption - :lol: , i wonder how much undertow is currently at hand
     
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    I really love this series. The contrast is fantastic, although have you cut the sky in the top left of the first pic? It looks like there should be something there, or maybe it's just me! LOL
     
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    Number 1 is a very cool shot> as are the others. It is the best of the three.
     
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    Thanks every one.

    Jon I don't have a particular method, but most of the time I will saturate then convert, but not all the time. I test different ways then decied on what I want to do. The first pictures I took with the camera had blown out snow :x What I having been doing is exposing for the sky which ends up under exposing the snow by 1 or so stops. This gives me room to play a bit. Snow is just to damn easy to blow out.

    Mad_Malteaser what you are seeing in the upper left corner is the sun's rays coming through the trees. I thought the effect was cool, without the rays I would have cropped to the tree.
     

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