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Old 10th of December 2009 (Thu)   #1
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Default 3 landscapes I shot

Shot this at the first snow of winter


Actually shot this from the car on the drive back from colorado


shot on the drive through Kansas



thoughts ? critiques ?

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Old 11th of December 2009 (Fri)   #2
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Hi, Nathan. Welcome to POTN!

I like the texture and feel of that first (falling snow) shot. I'm debating about that flare. I might clone it out to see how it looks without it. On the other hand, it might be a necessary component to the success of the image. Also that large flare? snowflake? half off the left edge. I would remove that. But all-in-all, I like this shot. Good work!
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Old 11th of December 2009 (Fri)   #3
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All three nice. I like #1 best. However, I would maybe level the horizon. And ditto on the snowflake at the left edge. But I like the flare.
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#1 is stunning.
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Wow, number one is amazing, love how you captured the snow and you framing/composition with the dead tree is spot on...number 3 is great as well, nice compo's!!
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thanks guys! Yeah I used my flash to bring out the closer snow and trying to make it look a little more unique ..I guess haha.
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