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05-19-2022, 10:50 AM - 3 Likes   #1
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Sand Dunes 2

Thank you all for all the suggestions and advice regarding shooting sand dunes.

Sorry it took me a while to respond with this posting

Im not sure I like Black and White in Sand dunes but I posted them any ways

Some of you mentioned that you would like to see more perspective and I get it. But this particular place is all horizontal on the ground so theres no buildings or anything else in the background.

Thanks again.

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05-19-2022, 01:32 PM   #2
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Nice series. I like the second color image best, with its b&w version coming in as close second place.
I think the monochrome versions can be pushed a little further in pp though.
05-19-2022, 04:49 PM   #3
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I agree that this is a nice series. I like all of the images. There's something about the shadows and their zigzag patterns that I like in the first image, especially in the closest part of the image. In the second image , I like the repeating patterns of peaks and valleys. Again, I like the closest part of the image best. I think all of these images are much improved. Thanks for sharing.
05-20-2022, 08:51 AM   #4
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Well done. Big improvements over the 1st set. Since there's no obvious "subject" in these photos and fewer distractions, viewers feel encouraged to look around the entire image.

I was one of the posters who suggested trying B&W. With this set, though, the color and B&W are equally appealing. The improved composition is the main factor.

I notice you lowered the ISO, too. That gives better contrast, less noise, nicer color; it's a subtle yet significant difference.

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