The Freeze Over

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  1. Dwayne Oakes

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    Thanks for taking a look !

    Take care,
    Dwayne Oakes

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    This is interesting and I like the mood, but I also think it's rather chaotic.
     
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    I like this a lot! I love the mood and the softness. I would like to see the yellowish/gold leaf have a bit more of a glow!

    Very nice though!
     
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    I must say I have really taken an interest in your work. While I have tried to develop my own style it seems as if we shoot similar concepts.
    What style of post processing do you incorporate to achieve the feel you have here?
     
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    i like the PP on this. it has almost a surreal feel to it. very nice
     
  6. Dwayne Oakes

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    Thank you very much for the comments everyone !! As far as my style
    it is (Orton-effect) with (dodge & burn) the trick with dodge (lighten) is
    to let nature do most of the work and just dodge (lighten) where the light
    is naturally falling in the photo, like on the log that is in the water on the
    left.The light is falling on three spots on that log, so those are the spots
    I dodge (lighten), this in combo with Orton-effect gives the image a bit
    more dynamics.

    Take care,
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