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    Jack Pine and Snow

    I believed that I got a number of excellent images to work on to-day, with that fresh snowfall. I shot most of these between 8 am and 10 am, by noon a very light breeze along with the sun, knocked most of that snow off the branches. It takes a while to work out the best way to bring out what I saw in my mind, the camera picks up lot of blue from the flat overcast sky. With this one I think I like it better when I saw in the details of the branchs the snow blowing across them. Never saw that at the time I was taking them.

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    Re: Jack Pine and Snow

    I like the brown against the white. Just an idea, would cropping to remove the snow at the bottom left and top right improve it? Is it a candidate for B&W?

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    Re: Jack Pine and Snow

    Quote Originally Posted by Mito View Post
    Just an idea, would cropping to remove the snow at the bottom left and top right improve it?
    I think Brian is onto to something there. I wouldn't lose all of the snow at the bottom left. But if you think of keeping the same aspect ration and cut out that big block of snow at the top right, you get about the right amount, I'd suggest, remaining at the bottom-left.

    It is a really good image and one well worth taking time over at in terms of being satisfied you've got it looking its very best.

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    Re: Jack Pine and Snow

    Very nice.

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