Sunbeam Series

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  1. Mainiac

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    The weather has been extremely humid lately and a few evening ago after a rain shower the sun was starting to come through and I looked in the woods and could see several sunbeams coming through so I grabbed them camera an went out. And this is the reslults.

    Any C&C would be most welcome.


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    Hmnn one of the pudles could have been a little to the left. Just kidding, very nice seriese, the levels, the atmosphere qnd the composition.

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    The second one is my favorite! The lighting and the composoition is great! Was that a straight shot, or did you do anything in photoshop?
     
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    #2 is my favourite... how do you get such rich colours?
     
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    What a wonderful series!
    I had to call my daughter over to also look at all your photos here for I knew she would like what she was going to see, and she likes it as much as I do.
    Yes, Photo 2 is outstanding, but I also very much like Photo 3 - and actually, I like them all quite a bit. A BIG bit. A LOT. Very much! You know? ;)
     
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    Thanks!!

    I did crop the left side some and a litle bit off the top. That and a slight bump to the saturation and contrast.


    The colors where prettty much this rich when I took the photos, I did bump the contrast and saturation a bit to get it where it should be.


    Thank you very much Lafoto! I'm very glad you and your daughter liked them so much! :)
     
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    #2 and #4 are very nice, all they need is a the pot of gold :)

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    #2 is brilliant!!
     
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    I think so too...:thumbup::thumbup:







    pascal
     
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    ...not that I don't think the others are excellent too!!
     
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    Wow, way to go on capturing a very peaceful looking forest scene. Love the colours, and of course those awesome beams of sunlight. My fave is #2, with the beams pointing to the left and downwards...there's something about the beams shining on two different spots that really appeals to me.
     
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    Thanks everyone! :thumbup:
     

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