Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by vonnagy, Sep 24, 2005.
Panaramas from the above area
Really like em both :thumbup:
Great images, the lighting in #2 is just fantastic.
nice! the 2nd one looks almost surreal!
nice shots.. love the saturation in the first :thumbsup:
those sun rays teamed with the lone sheep(?) makes it visually thrilling.. love it
wow, i guess my previous post in Part 1 was a vision! great shots mark, the 2nd is golden!
The second looks biblical......
i've heard many comments about my shots, but biblical? :scratch:
a quick note about the second image - it is actually a composition of two shots from a bracketed series I took yesterday morning. The lighting was moving very quickly when I took the shot so i had to hurry.
I had one shot which was underexposed 2 stops which captured the sky the way I wanted it, but the foreground was too dark. The image I chose for the foreground had the best sheep pose though but the sky was blown out . I combined the sky image with the sheepish foreground to create this image.
Essentially, they are all the same shot as they taken at the same place and time, its just a combination of a sky exposure that I liked and foreground that I liked.
It took a bloody long time, i have great respect for anyone who can do such shots in an actual darkroom!
That second shot is unbelievable, beautiful location and work.
Love them both
Those two left me speechless. Absolutely incredible.
whoa. i love your shots, and i love this new monitor. not color accurate i'm sure (the monitor), but it sure as heck gives off vibrant colors...
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