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09-28-2016, 11:57 AM - 11 Likes   #9706
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Just fantastic.
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And another colour edit - from the tiff file, in LR I reduced overall saturation and green and increased yellows...

Cool rays!..

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Great light , beautifully executed....

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I like this. Well done!
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The exposure, subject and rendering of this is amazing.
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09-29-2016, 09:53 AM   #9713
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This isn't the sort of photo that gets comments around here, but I think it's really well exposed/developed. Tricky scene, well done IMO

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This isn't the sort of photo that gets comments around here, but I think it's really well exposed/developed. Tricky scene, well done IMO
Indeed!

LFLee is a master at this kind of high key outdoor photography -- perfectly (over)exposed to create a light airy feeling.
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From Murphy's Hogback, right? I've ridden that ribbon of trail (road) along the rim, the White Rim Trail more than a few times. Love that area. Lovely shot!
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Indeed!

LFLee is a master at this kind of high key outdoor photography -- perfectly (over)exposed to create a light airy feeling.
Yes, its a really nice scene. But I'd say if the most important thing in that scene is the pretty subject, it is not over exposed. It was exposed for her and you just have to accept where the high and low values fall in that scenario with natural light, single exposure and the DR limits of your medium
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You folks have been nailing it, love the colours here. Whatever it is, it looks like some fine slide film work.
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I like this. Well done!
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The exposure, subject and rendering of this is amazing.
QuoteOriginally posted by texandrews Quote
This isn't the sort of photo that gets comments around here, but I think it's really well exposed/developed. Tricky scene, well done IMO
QuoteOriginally posted by photoptimist Quote
Indeed!

LFLee is a master at this kind of high key outdoor photography -- perfectly (over)exposed to create a light airy feeling.
QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Yes, its a really nice scene. But I'd say if the most important thing in that scene is the pretty subject, it is not over exposed. It was exposed for her and you just have to accept where the high and low values fall in that scenario with natural light, single exposure and the DR limits of your medium
wow! thanks for all the encouragement guys!! I appreciate you took the time to comment!

Make me want to share one from my first roll of B&W film.

Dan, from Czech. He "work travel" as lifeguard in my community over the summer - as I go swimming to loose some weight almost everyday in summer, we kind of become friend.

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