Winter scenery - Lagiewniki
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Very coincidentally, as i posted my last photo, the hoarfrost started appearing here in Łódź :)
To make things even nicer, after a totally grey week, today the sun came out and it actaully ended up being perfectly clear in the afternoon. Seeing as the conditions improve, i went out to Łagiewniki Forest in hope for some nice photography.
It was in fact a charming walk through the paths around there and i came back with a few photos i quite like.
Hope you'll like it too and have a nice weekend!
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EXIF data :
Camera: Canon 400D
Lens: Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5 DG
Filters: Hoya Circ. Polarizer
Focal Length: 57mm
Shutter Speed: 1/8 sec.
Metering Mode: Pattern metering
Exposure Bias: 0
TOD: about 1 PM
Weather conditions: sunny
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- [2011-01-29 12:23]
Although I live in other side of Poland but weather was the same. Such weather in winter happen don't often. Your photo of the trees in hoarfrost is very nice but in full size such photos give good impression.
excellent this landscape, very beautiful.
Great sharpness and contrast.
excellent light that brings out the frost covered trees in the snow below.
Truly an extraordinary picture from the cover or calendar 2011.
Congratulations and thanks for sharing.
Hello good evening
PS: Now I'm going to visit your site.
Se pare ca inca te mai poti bucura de peisaje de iarna, acolo in Polonia. POt sa spun ca imi place combinatia pe care o face gheata pe crengile copacilor iarna. Stiind stilul tau, as fi asteptat si un punct de interes, putin mai spectaculor in prim planul imaginii.
Toate cele bune,
How odd that you only got three critiques. I guess people do not see real beauty or do not understand what is high quality.
This is a perfectly executed landscape with perfect exposure, clarity and sharpness. Making a good composition with that many trees is very difficult but you nailed it with that one tree positioned on the right.