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Old Oct 2, 2010, 7:29 PM   #21
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I agree. In my opinion you have just the right amount of fog. I like the composition of all three very much.
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Old Oct 3, 2010, 1:26 AM   #22
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Finland experienced a lot of fog in recent mornings, at least here in central Finland.

Here is another picture of the trees and lake. I could have sharpened this image more, but then it would do injury to the fog. Anyway, suggestions of how to improve the post processing or composition are most welcome.

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Old Oct 3, 2010, 3:22 AM   #23
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I beg your patience, please... working on a series of three photos out of 10... just trying to see which is is better.

Our "well-known" dock from a different perspective, angle, lighting... Both photos have their pluses and minuses... but, please, any suggestions or preferences... and perhaps why, as I find this forum a neat place to learn. Also if there is any room for improvement on the composition... fire away.

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Last but not least, the dock from the "other side"... Again, my wife wants me to make a series of the dock... from the left... middle... and right... so we can print these.

Any suggestions about improving the composition, post-processing, etc., is appreciate.




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[QUOTE=Eetu;I have been here 6 years and still I keep saying "Kill" when I mean "meet".

[B] I can just hear you explaining to the police, how you didn't mean to kill him, you just wanted to meet him... yeah, right.[/B]
BTW, I like all 3 just as they are, composition, everything is good.
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Hi John! Great hearing from ya, and thanks for your kind input. All the best! Ned
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I like the images of the dock with the background completely in fog, like the third one in your original set.
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I like the images of the dock with the background completely in fog, like the third one in your original set.
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