Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Beth Anthony, May 4, 2013.
one from saturday night, which was warmer and calmer than the next day.
Beautifully captured Beth.
Wow! Excellent shot Beth.
thanks pete and glenn.
That's really good - great clarity at all levels. Beautiful.
Very nice Beth. Excellent dynamic range in the shAded areas.
Really nice image, although I can see a slight halo effect around the rock where I would assume you've done some dodging/burning. It's an easy fix if you still have the PS file, and going back over it again with better accuracy would remove the distraction altogether.
sorry lee, no dodging and burning was done, actually, no local adjustments were done at all... it shows up when i increase the shadows globally in lightroom. there were some shiny barn roofs a little ways down the mountain behind the stone, so it could be from one of them.
I do like your work beth!
agree - amazing dynamic range and a lovely color pop in this shot Beth
You ditched you X-Pro1 now then?
thanks milan and chris.
chris, i'm too lazy to change lenses. i bought the x-e1 a few months back with the 18-55mm lens. the lens was cheaper with the camera was my excuse at the time. the x-pro 1 has the 18-55mm on it and the x-e1 has had the 14mm on it since that arrived.
Very very nice! Beautifully captured.
Saves on sensor cleaning
Really sums up the atmosphere at the time. Seems like the sort of place I could just lay down and snooze for a few hours to unwind.
Beth where Jim Stewart ??
Nice shot tho. Got it all really bit colour nice sky and focal subject
wrong part of virginia, the jim stewart 400 presented by crown royal is over in richmond, virginia. i don't think you can see the racetrack from here. [doh]
Im showing my ages Shenandoah was an old civil war film with James Stewart in the lead roll If I mind right there was a scene similar to that near the end
hadn't seen that one. any good?
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