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Apr 04, 2016 14:59 |  #1216

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Gorgeous time of day for this shot Dave - you did a beautiful job on the clouds and caught some great action on the wind-blown snow peaks. Your inclusion of the foreground trees give the mountains a nice sense of scale, something which can be easily lost. For a fellow who's been a POTN member as long as you have you should post more often :lol:. Thanks for sharing.


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Apr 04, 2016 15:11 |  #1217

sapearl wrote in post #17960616 (external link)
Gorgeous time of day for this shot Dave - you did a beautiful job on the clouds and caught some great action on the wind-blown snow peaks. Your inclusion of the foreground trees give the mountains a nice sense of scale, something which can be easily lost. For a fellow who's been a POTN member as long as you have you should post more often :lol:. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks for the kind words Stuart.

Yeah, my member page says I'm averaging 0.1 posts/day, I have to get that up to at least 0.2 :)


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Apr 04, 2016 15:23 |  #1218

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Thanks for the kind words Stuart.

Yeah, my member page says I'm averaging 0.1 posts/day, I have to get that up to at least 0.2 :)

Ha! Tell me you're too busy out TAKING pictures and I'll believe you - I checked out your Flickr Gallery....stunning is all I can say. By any chance do you have an art history background or other training in the arts? I'm seeing something there.....;-)a


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Apr 04, 2016 15:51 |  #1219

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Ha! Tell me you're too busy out TAKING pictures and I'll believe you - I checked out your Flickr Gallery....stunning is all I can say. By any chance do you have an art history background or other training in the arts? I'm seeing something there.....;-)a

I have a large backlog of photos to process which just keeps getting bigger the more I shoot, but I guess that's a good thing.

I don't have an art history background but I am attracted to landscape photography that has a more painterly versus photo-journalist feeling to it, which I think is likely reflected in how I like to process.


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Apr 04, 2016 20:36 |  #1220

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I have a large backlog of photos to process which just keeps getting bigger the more I shoot, but I guess that's a good thing.

I don't have an art history background but I am attracted to landscape photography that has a more painterly versus photo-journalist feeling to it, which I think is likely reflected in how I like to process.

I agree it certainly shows nicely, so keep it up. And share more of that backlog ;-)a


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Apr 05, 2016 14:43 |  #1221

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Apr 07, 2016 13:35 |  #1223

That's great Steffen that you included the surfer - IMO I feel it adds a nice sense of scale that only increases the impact of the image.


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Apr 10, 2016 03:18 |  #1224

Hues of an early morning, at Kanha National Park, India - with the Canon 100-400mm


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Apr 15, 2016 12:32 |  #1227

I love how the fall appears to turn into the walking trail here.


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Apr 16, 2016 09:06 |  #1229

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This is a wonderful shot Andy and just perfect for a b/w conversion. The plow/mowing(?) lines lead the eye all around the scene to the pleasant contrasting detail of the tree line. You did a nice job on the clouds too. My only minor issue is that the horizon is a little off plumb; not a deal breaker - would make a very good photograph even better ;-)a.


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Apr 16, 2016 14:10 |  #1230

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This is a wonderful shot Andy and just perfect for a b/w conversion. The plow/mowing(?) lines lead the eye all around the scene to the pleasant contrasting detail of the tree line. You did a nice job on the clouds too. My only minor issue is that the horizon is a little off plumb; not a deal breaker - would make a very good photograph even better ;-)a.

I agree this is a nice shot.... but on another note what if the horizon is not plumb where this photo was taken? ;-)a


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