Winter Wonderland

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  1. mcbphoto

    mcbphoto TPF Noob!

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    i'm not too sure about this photo in terms of composition.
    i really like these mountains and the snow but i would like to know what else you guys think about it.

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    thanks.
     
  2. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    the composition is very nice, but as for landscapes I prefer them in color:)
     
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    Pretty! Where is that?
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    There's nothing wrong in the composition of this photo, I say. I'd like to see it larger.
    As to the b+w, it works with me with this one, for this landscape at this time of the year would not have offered much colour anyway, would it?

    Actually, I am quite fascinated by all the waves and lines of the mountains and the lake shore.
     
  5. mcbphoto

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    Shasta County, California.

    Yes, it was a very overcast day and I figured that the colors reallly didn't have too much to offer to me that day.
     
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    I like it...BW works very well with this picture. I would really like to see it blown up a little to get some more details out of it.
     

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