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Old Mar 7, 2006, 4:56 AM   #1
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Old Mar 7, 2006, 8:53 AM   #2
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The beauty of the mountain shows despite too many distracting objects..I wish you toiled a bit more to eleminate those artefacts.
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I agree with Bahadir on this one. I don't think the foreground enhances the background at all, unless you're trying to show the contrast between human junk and natural grandeur.
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in any case, there's not enough contrast between mountain and sky... pity, since this is a beautiful peak, and a little more care in composition and exposure could have made this a terrific photo!
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Although it's a nice shot capturing the majestic Mount Hood, I agree with bahadir as far as the fore ground distractions go. If you allow me, I took the liberty to crop it a bit...
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First time I visited Washingington, my first view of Mt. ranier was when the atmosphere had enough water vapor that the mountain looked like a watermark on the horizon. It was very beautiful.

Unfortunately, no camera at the time. Someday, I'll get that one.


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Old Mar 10, 2006, 10:15 AM   #7
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I think a polarizer filter would do the trick in clearing up the haze.
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Old Mar 10, 2006, 10:41 PM   #8
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thanks for the feedback guys...I am going back to the same spot this weekend to try again...with a polarizing filter too
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Looking forward to seeing the results!!!
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