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Posted By: Iris, 01-04-2011, 02:27 PM

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01-04-2011, 03:21 PM   #2
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Never get to say this often, IMO, a tad underexposure for both is needed. The snow will be a bit brown but the footsteps and the man will be in better view and contrast. PP to take out the roof of a building in each and give a better impression of isolated vastness.
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A couple of amazing photos, Iris - very impressive.

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That are two very good images Iris, I lean towards the first one. Thanks for posting them.

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Chilly images.
#1's a good composition.
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I love the first one Iris. The house doesn't bother me at all as I think it adds to the feel of the overall photo, a single person and one house in the wilderness kind of thing.
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Great shots Iris, I love the detail in the steps!
(Could say a nice word about the guy in the photo, but I guess this is not the place, eh? )
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QuoteOriginally posted by Sparkle Quote
Never get to say this often, IMO, a tad underexposure for both is needed. The snow will be a bit brown but the footsteps and the man will be in better view and contrast. PP to take out the roof of a building in each and give a better impression of isolated vastness.
Thanks for looking and commenting.
I like the roof of the building, so I think I let it in.

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A couple of amazing photos, Iris - very impressive.

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Thanks Jer for your kind words

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That are two very good images Iris, I lean towards the first one. Thanks for posting them.
Thanks Heinrich

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Chilly images.
#1's a good composition.
Thanks Ash for looking!
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I love the first one Iris. The house doesn't bother me at all as I think it adds to the feel of the overall photo, a single person and one house in the wilderness kind of thing.
Thanks Susan for your kind words.

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Great shots Iris, I love the detail in the steps!
(Could say a nice word about the guy in the photo, but I guess this is not the place, eh? )
Thanks Rense. I don't think somebody recognized you!
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