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Mar 07, 2008 19:43 |  #46

Reminds me of someone's landscape photos I saw earlier; could be a bit of HDR blending several exposures to get the range, plus a healthy dose of other PP. I like it.


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Mar 07, 2008 19:47 |  #47

I really am in awe of the photo - it's wonderful

thanks for sharing and i hope you don't stop sharing as you definitely have the knack :)




  
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Mar 07, 2008 19:55 |  #48

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This is a fantastic shot! The only thing I don't like about it is your subject is a little dark. It looks like there is some clipping in her dress. I see her in the shot but my eyes are drawn to the leaves/windows. What an amazing location!

I have to agree about the subject being a bit dark. I wish her gown was a tad brighter so she would not blend into the shadows.

Your location is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.




  
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Mar 07, 2008 23:07 |  #49

For some reason this picture isn't showing up for me? Is it just me??? Rally anxious to see this one!



  
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Mar 08, 2008 04:50 |  #50

Hello again! Just to answer a few questions, didnt really take very long at all to set up, when you find somewhere so beautiful, very little else is needed! Processing wise Ive not done as much as usual on this one, some levels, brightness and contrast, dodging and burning on separate levels to create something HDR ish :-)


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Mar 08, 2008 07:23 |  #51

Thanks, and I'm sure it's much more complicated than you've let on, but we'll accept your creative secrecy.


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Mar 08, 2008 08:09 |  #52

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Hello! its been so long since I've posted, and so long since Ive been in the world of photography, but im dipping my toes back in, I need it to keep me sane!

Would love any comments on this one

Many Thanks as always

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Mar 08, 2008 11:43 |  #53

RiverCottage wrote in post #5061515 (external link)
The building is actually a derelic asylum, an extremely spooky place, empty wards, operating theaters, ballrooms, endless hallways, churches....

I'm jealous - sounds great!

AWESOME shot. Nice work.




  
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Mar 08, 2008 13:06 |  #54

A powerful shot.




  
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Mar 08, 2008 20:05 |  #55

I look at some of the stuff I see on these forums and am amazed. Pictures like this are what made me want to buy a camera and try my hand at it. I like it! :)


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Mar 08, 2008 23:16 |  #56

Very Nice!
Is that Poison Oak? lol


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Mar 09, 2008 00:42 as a reply to  @ post 5061824 |  #57

Great pic, as it is. But as your title mentions, 'Girl waits', the subject gets lost out a bit amongst the shadows. You could have positioned her at the second window on the left.

Cheers, nontheless.

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Mar 09, 2008 03:56 |  #58

I'm with PiedPiper522.
For some reason, i do not see a photo or link in the post.

After all the rave reviews, I gotta see it......

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Mar 09, 2008 04:06 |  #59

Thanks again for the lovely words, :-) heres another link to the image on a different server:

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HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'text/html' | Byte size: ZERO

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Mar 09, 2008 07:06 |  #60

The use of light, the direction of light might be better I think. Everything is well prepared but we always look for better. Your story and visual composition good.


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