Snow Laden Trees

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  1. Mainiac

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    We got a few inches of snow the other day and I've never seen snow cling to the trees the way this stuff did. It reminds me of IR photography.

    Any Criticism and comments are more than welcome.:thumbup:


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    I love the detail in number 4. Good work. The only thing I could think of to try differently might be to crop out some of that sky in number 3, otherwise wonderful work.
     
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    Afterthought: or maybe in number 3, change the color of the sky. Can I take a crack at it?
     
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    Sure, go ahead.My photos are okay to edit.:thumbup:
     
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    Cool, thanks.

    How about something like this? If I spent a while longer on it, I could smooth out the edges of the trees, but you get the idea.
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    That does look nicer.:thumbup: It's kind of what the shot was meant to look like, when I took it the clouds behind the trees were starting to clear up and the sky looked like it did in your edit. But it didn't come out that was on the camera.

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