View of Town- 4 pics

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  1. NMLeakway

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    from a field that is part of an old abandoned farm.

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    thanks for looking!
     
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    I think that I like the first and the second one the most. I more prefer the vertical photos more than the horizontal crop. The clouds are very intense. What town is this? It gives off a very erie and creepy feel. It could just be the clouds and the black and white. But I very much enjoy them. What were the stats on the pictures? Film or Digital? And if it was film, was it taken with b&w film or changed in photoshop?

    I'm more just interested in how you got the effect that you did with the clouds without making the foreground to dark.

    Very wonderful work...

    -Fiona
     
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    OMG I love the 1st shot!
     
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    Very nice shots, the sky si very dramatic. They work well in B&W
     
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    yeah, those skies are great, i like #1 and #3... nice shots! :thumbup:
     
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    I love the first shot very much so! I like how its almost split on half, the gras then the houses and sky. great!:mrgreen:
     
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    nice skies. love 1 and the whispy grass in 2 and 3 :thumbup:
     
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    thank you very much everybody.
    Fiona, these were taken with my Nikon D70, so they are digital. However, I think I'm going to go back and reshoot them in film (i prefer film). I got the effect with the clouds by just basically playing with different exposures. I guess part of it can be attributed to luck as well because the clouds were so brilliant that day.

    Im sure you can use the burn tool in PS to achieve the same effect as well.

    Thanks again :)
     
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    Wonderful I think I would love to go out and try it. I would love to see if the pictures you take with film turn out any better or not.

    Again, great work.

    -Fiona
     
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    awsome shots :D Very dramatic! nice job
     
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    I like the 3rd best.
     
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    I like the first one best - great contrasty lighting leading to the subject!

    Rob
     

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