Some landscapes

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  1. Dmitri

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    Some of my recent landscape photos.

    #1: Alone Together
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    #2: Nissaquogue Rocks
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    #3: Nissaquogue Dock
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    #4: Lake Bench Flood
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    c&c always appreciated :)
     
  2. stevemunoz

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    I really like the 1st and 2nd images. I'm curious as to your post processing on the 2nd image. What did you do to get that effect?

    Steve
     
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    HDR it looks like
     
  4. Dmitri

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    Thank you Steve. The second image is HDR and had a bit of an Orton Effect added to it.
     
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    I am drawn to HDR, so I like #2. But I really like #3
     
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    Uno.
     
  7. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Cuatro para mí ... erm, I might be the only one, but I like four, as flooded meadows is something we get here often in spring, so that's a sight I'm used to (and like), and I love that sprinkling of early spring green on that willow (who often are the first to sport the new green), and I like the overall composition .... only does it look a tad oversharpened.
     
  8. Dmitri

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    Thank you :)

    Draw Four.

    I think you're right. The more I look at that photo, the less happy I am with it. I have others that, after a while, strike me better. Thank you for the kind words, LaFoto :)
     
  9. Overread

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    I'd be tempted to say play around with the framing of shot 1 - I really like the interaction you have here between the swan and the person, but I feel that you need a little less dead space in the shot just to help bring that interaction out of it .
     
  10. D-B-J

    D-B-J Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    ^^ i agree with overread, i think that the idea is sweet on number one, but there is alot of deadspace, especially in the foreground.

    I also really like the hdr on number two, it kind of glows.

    Nice job.
     
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    Excellent shots. I love the subject in #1, maybe taking it horizontally would have been better?

    Great shots.
     
  12. Dmitri

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    I have to admit I feel the same. I like it a lot but something strikes me as being off, but I can't place it. Maybe it's the deadspace, or orientation as Fedaykin suggests.

    Yes, I agree with him also I think. Will definitely have to play around with it some and see. thanks for the kind words :)

    You may be right but I would have to crop a lot. I will play around and see what I can do. Thanks :)
     

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