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Old Apr 9, 2010, 6:46 AM   #11
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I like the overall tone of the photo - it is very cold but with some warmth in it from the shack and the bronze part of the tree -

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Old Apr 9, 2010, 7:13 AM   #12
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I like the overall tone of the photo...
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...i like the way you used different diagonal lines in the composition...
Thank you for analizing the scene so thourough, Dustin - and for making me see things I didn't even know, where there - and for the kind comments! I was rather pressed for space on the far left, as there was this old tractor and a bundle of old machinery stored in a makeshift "garage" covered with filthy tarpaulin...


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I think everyone as already said all the nice things about this shot. It is fantastic! A wall hanger for sure. Just one question. The tree just to the right of the house seems to have a two tone trunk, is that how it is or is that something you did in post? Just wondering.
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Nothing special was done to that tree. Only one ordinary HDR-rendering, consisting of 5 exposures with 0,7EV apart.


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This is the Zero-EV of this part of the panorama. No pp - straight of the camera.

Thanks for your interest, Mugmar!
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Cool, thanks for posting the 0 EV shot. Look like the HDR process just accented the change in colors.
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Old Apr 10, 2010, 5:38 PM   #16
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First of all great shot, the only thing I can say is the amount of gray in the pic gives it a blandness quality that makes it less interesting. It is the best possible shot of that landscape with that cloud cover, I wonder what a shot would like on a clear day of the same landscape.
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