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    Autumn Dawn II

    Really misty this morning, but got a few breaks in the cloud/mist. Comments welcome

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    Re: Autumn Dawn II

    Jeff is it possible to post a bad image, that is just to make me feel better, as all that you post are breathtaking.

    Cheers:

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    Yes he has - all those that precede the latest.

    Great scene and well shot as usual.

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    Re: Autumn Dawn II

    Beautiful landscape, the crop works perfectly

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    Re: Autumn Dawn II

    Jeff, I find it hard to come up with any suggestions to improve this. I like its contrast. Saturation is not exaggerated (which I'm guilty of sometimes as I try to give the image some punch), and it's a nice composition.

    It's hard to see at the resolution you have posted, but how sharp do the leaves look? It's not something I have experimented with, but if they could be sharper, then I wonder if a smaller aperture and higher ISO might bring them out?

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    Re: Autumn Dawn II

    Quote Originally Posted by Polar01 View Post
    Jeff is it possible to post a bad image, that is just to make me feel better, as all that you post are breathtaking.

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    Allan
    You should see the ones I don't post ...

    Thanks for the feedback

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Yes he has - all those that precede the latest.

    Great scene and well shot as usual.
    Thanks Bobo, this one was for you - not so gloomy ...

    J

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    Re: Autumn Dawn II

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony M View Post
    Jeff, I find it hard to come up with any suggestions to improve this. I like its contrast. Saturation is not exaggerated (which I'm guilty of sometimes as I try to give the image some punch), and it's a nice composition.

    It's hard to see at the resolution you have posted, but how sharp do the leaves look? It's not something I have experimented with, but if they could be sharper, then I wonder if a smaller aperture and higher ISO might bring them out?

    Tony
    Thanks for the feedback - I was at the smallest aperture I could get away with here for the D800 (f11) & ISO 50.


    J

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    Re: Autumn Dawn II

    Beautiful image Jeff, well done, the only thing id do with it is to clone out the man made stuff at the top of the mountain (is it man made? looks like a mast)

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    Quote Originally Posted by escaladieu View Post
    Thanks Bobo, this one was for you - not so gloomy ...

    J
    Woooo, thanks.

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    Re: Autumn Dawn II

    This is an absolutely superb image. Great composition. Interesting colors. Three layers. One of the few photos, which are inherently two-dimensional, that looks three-dimensional.

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    Re: Autumn Dawn II

    I absolutely love it! And all the rest of your images...

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