Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Dmitri, Jun 21, 2009.
c&c always appreciated
I assume you've applied the Orton effect, which makes this shot look a lot like Dwayne Oakes' work. (This is a compliment, by the way.) If this was mine, I'd lower the saturation a bit.
"Ethereal" i believe is the word. It really draws you in. I'd say that this is a great, spot-on use of the orton effect as opposed to the countless "artsy-blurry-glowy" ortonised shots out there.
Indeed it is the Orten effect. I think you may be right about the saturation, I will lower it a bit. Thanks Invisible
Thanks Tas. I have had this photo for a while and everytime I see it, I like it but something was wrong. When I put the Orten effect on it, I thought it finally looked good. Thanks for the kind words.
I really like it.
I really like the shades of green. It adds depth to the photo.
This is amazingly beautiful. I just looked up the Orton effect, got to try this out.
path looks good among the greens all around...the saturation at centre is a bit high...good shot.
I think it looks amazing. Is this place near your home?
Thank you. I have t give credit to Dwayne Oakes. His outstanding use of the Orton Effect made me go check it out, and I love it.
I agree, and thank you
Yes, it isn't far. It is a nice place. Thank you for the kind words
a nice, moody piece... has an almost ominous, definitely mysterious look to it, as though the woods hold something that should best be left undisturbed...
You're making me scared to go back now :crazy:
Thanks for the comment
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