Some Critique

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  1. snowsoftJ4C

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    Hi, I'm new to the forum and I was wondering if I could get some critique!
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    I spaced out the photos.
     
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    I really like all of them! My favourite has to be number 1 and 3. Keep up the good work!
     
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    Thanks a lot! :D
    I'll try to upload some more later.
     
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    bump
     
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    Laughing because I believe you're the fourth person today, to whom I've suggested putting a bit of space between each image so each can be judged on its own merit.

    When they're so close, it's difficult to differentiate between them at first.

    You've a good eye for composition.

    Your horizons are nicely level in the second and fourth images. Just a tad off in the first. You've also done well getting the horizon off the halfway line of the image. Generally having the horizon off midline is considered a more dynamic composition.

    Your second image evokes a strong sense of place and atmosphere.

    Well done! :)
     
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    Amazing shots, especially the first one, and the 3rd as well. Great composition on all of them. I don't think I'd change anything on any one of them. I am curious on the whole creation of the first image though, as far as what you used, in-camera and in post processing... I can't take my eyes of it.
     
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    Thanks guys :D
    "Amazing shots, especially the first one, and the 3rd as well. Great composition on all of them. I don't think I'd change anything on any one of them. I am curious on the whole creation of the first image though, as far as what you used, in-camera and in post processing... I can't take my eyes of it."

    What I did was first, take a picture of the road, then used photoshop to make 2 new exposures, and used Photomatix to make a HDR file out of them. Then, I took a picture of HDR clouds that I already had, and blended them in. That's pretty much what I did.
    Thanks to John as well.
     
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    rebump :D
     

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