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Moving Around in One Area
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Posted By: Jimbo, 07-15-2010, 04:31 PM

Shot these two in the same location. Just moved around the scene taking many different angles. Here are two. JIM




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Both a great! The perspective makes you feel like you're actually there

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Great image, i could almost feel the wind running thru my face by just looking at those images. looking forward to see more of your art =)
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Both a great! The perspective makes you feel like you're actually there
Thanks Adam. It was very load from the water falls. One I the guys I was with kept helling, "your too close to the edge" Didn't hear a word. JIM


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Great image, i could almost feel the wind running thru my face by just looking at those images. looking forward to see more of your art =)
It was a beautiful location and with the right sky it would really pop. Thank you. JIM

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Wow - these are truly classic, JIM. I love 'em both.

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Wow - these are truly classic, JIM. I love 'em both.

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Thanks Jer. I think this location with the right light would be awesome. This is later in the afternoon. JIM
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Just this: Amazing shots, both of them!
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Just this: Amazing shots, both of them!
THank You. JIM

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Hi Jim, I like the wildness of the place, but re the first shot: I find it very busy with the branches across the river view, and I find the mountain touching the top of the frame unsettling.
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Hi Jim, I like the wildness of the place, but re the first shot: I find it very busy with the branches across the river view, and I find the mountain touching the top of the frame unsettling

Here is a slightly different shot of the same image which widens it out. May help. JIM


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Excellent Jim.
Bright, contrasty and picturesque.
Good PP work.
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Excellent Jim.
Bright, contrasty and picturesque.
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Thanks Ash. Cheers JIM
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I'm interested as what was involved in order for you to snap up those brilliant pics, like did u go bush walking or something?

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I alway's have to have a look when you post photo's here and these two photo's are very strong reminder to why I do that.
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the 2nd shot is majestic in scope... great combination of different elements... wonderful.. dave m
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