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"Same Shot but Different Set Up"
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Posted By: Jimbo, 07-10-2010, 01:05 PM




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07-10-2010, 01:42 PM   #2
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The second shot is great, and the better of the two, IMO. The colors are just right, and there's a 3D sort of effect in the landscape

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The second shot is great, and the better of the two, IMO. The colors are just right, and there's a 3D sort of effect in the landscape
I really got lucky. The light just opened for a minute lighting the trees on the left Adam. It looks really cool in full size. Cheers JIM
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I think that both have merit. I like the first one for the feeling of depth and the second for the landscape perspective. Both have excellent color and exposure. I think, even though I think they are both good, the second one with it's perspective is the best one. It could hang on my wall!

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I like the foreground rocks in the first one.
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I think that both have merit. I like the first one for the feeling of depth and the second for the landscape perspective. Both have excellent color and exposure. I think, even though I think they are both good, the second one with it's perspective is the best one. It could hang on my wall!
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Thanks Jim. I am leaning towards the second one too. JIM

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like the foreground rocks in the first one.
Thank you for commenting. JIM
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I like the colors and contrast of the second one Jim, but it looks tilted to me.
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I like the colors and contrast of the second one Jim, but it looks tilted to me.
Could be slightly. Will check it. Thanks. JIM

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Like SpecialK, I like the foreground rocks, makes the shot interesting!
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Like SpecialK, I like the foreground rocks, makes the shot interesting!
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