Grim up North?
- Juyona (16891)
- [2006-08-31 17:12]
El cielo y el reflejo son hermosos, una toma bastante romántica... eso dice mi hija, que tiene buen ojo. saludos
- Naturewalk (1137)
- [2006-08-31 20:14]
In my point of view, I dont think your picture realy needs a lot of sharpenig because the subjets dont have a lot of details to show since the lighting is low.
I like the soft colour of the sky after sunset and the trees that are black from having the source of light behind them. The reflection is also very nice. Nice POV. Just a good calm picture.
- elefantino (14406)
- [2006-09-01 2:33]
Hello, nice shot with a good composition!
Colors and details are nice.
Well done and TSF.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-09-01 9:32]
You addressed the sharpness yourself, so no need for me to go into that. In my opinion, the real beauty is the tree section with its stunning reflection. The sky is less attractive and also has some OE spots. I would be tempted top crop the sky and darken the rest of the sky to get a simular blue colors as its reflection. I also see that you were going for a silhoutte. In that case you might want to set your camera to underexpose the photo. This will also help to overcome the bright sky. Just a few thoughts!
Hi Doug, beautiful composition. Great silhouttes both against the sky and in the reflection. Nice lighting also. Well done and TFS.
I have done a workshop to try and illustrate Niek's comments.
- osse (7805)
- [2006-09-14 13:25]
Nice lanscape shot. Good reflections on water. Good colours, details and POV.
- Krima (8)
- [2006-09-18 16:49]
Nice reflections...like a mirror effect.
Very nice, I`d love to be at this place with my camera!
You`ve done an excellent job here, with a difficult back light. I like the goog contrast between foreground and sky. I would perhaps try to crop out the trees on the side, which you can barely see. That would perhaps make the two main trees stand out more, and reduce amount of sky in the top area. Again, just my opinion, and I like the picture your way too.
I added a workshop for you to compare :)