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Old Dec 2, 2007, 8:45 AM   #11
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I just love snow, very nice shot
Thank you for looking. Yes snow adds a special touch to any scene.
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This is a really beautifull crisp clear shot, the composition is also excellent, the best shot I have seen for a long time.
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Hi Mandy,

Love old stone churches and this one is very nice. It looks like you are using a polarizer? I find that above about 5,000 feet they make my sky too blue. Sometimes I like the effect though. Did the polarizer make a big difference in exposure or glare off the snow?

I love the Rockies.

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This is a really beautifull crisp clear shot, the composition is also excellent, the best shot I have seen for a long time.
Alex thanks for your kind words.
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Hi Mandy,

Love old stone churches and this one is very nice. It looks like you are using a polarizer? I find that above about 5,000 feet they make my sky too blue. Sometimes I like the effect though. Did the polarizer make a big difference in exposure or glare off the snow?

I love the Rockies.

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Hi Bill, I did use a circular polarizer and yes it took the glare off the snow. I made sure to turn the filter more towards the lighter side for the sky area. I have experienced the "blue" problem in some shots, where everything in the pic has a blue tint. Thanks for looking and commenting.
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A perfect Christmas card piture to send out to all one's friends.
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A perfect Christmas card piture to send out to all one's friends.
Never even thought of that...but yes it would be a great Christmas Card. Look over at the digital darkroom for this same picture. I did an antique filter with a crinkled effect which turned out neat too.

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beautiful composition. looks like it should be on a puzzle box to me.


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beautiful composition. looks like it should be on a puzzle box to me.

Thanks so much, another idea to ponder. :?
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