Snowy Creek

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by TornadoBob, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. TornadoBob

    TornadoBob TPF Noob!

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    I shot this today. It's a creek in Preston County, WV. Converted to B&W in Photoshop.


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    Hi Bob,
    this is a good location for photographing.
    But i have a little remarks on your choice. Theres a lot of lines and grey stuff, that will hide the moving of the water, my eye doesnt find a point to rest. In my oppinion you can do much more from the picture, if you dont use landscape, cut the interesting part out of the image and do a little gamma work on it. Also a little rotation to the left will make the water flood in the right direction. ;) If you allow, i will show, what i mean:

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    Now, the water is completly in the lower third of the image and the parts of the trees are no longer confusing, they are now more interessting than disturbing.

    greetings peter
     
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    Thanks, Peter. I see what you mean. That's why I'm here to learn as much as possible.
     

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