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    Blazing Drifts

    Snap through the window. Hopefully it will be warm enough to finally open them.

    Blazing Drifts

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    Re: Blazing Drifts

    John, I would be remiss if I didn't comment on this picture. I have looked at it a few times, and love the rich, warm colors. Imho, though, I would use it more in terms of a background replacement, or a layer in one of my composites, or a part of another picture, as there does not seem to be any really defining to look at. I hope it was ok that I commented.

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    Re: Blazing Drifts

    Hi John,

    For me, I'm afraid it is just too soft, but 300mm at f/5.6, throught window glass (double glazed?) and all at 1/30s may explain that.

    It is almost monochrome with a red tint, such are the intensity of the colors.

    You do seem to have longer winters in WNY

    Hope that helps,

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    Re: Blazing Drifts

    Quote Originally Posted by Marie Hass View Post
    John, I would be remiss if I didn't comment on this picture. I have looked at it a few times, and love the rich, warm colors. Imho, though, I would use it more in terms of a background replacement, or a layer in one of my composites, or a part of another picture, as there does not seem to be any really defining to look at. I hope it was ok that I commented.

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    Marie,

    Thank you for commenting. I appreciate the remarks, it's one of my rare attempts at abstract shapes and it doesn't always come across.

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    Re: Blazing Drifts

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi John,

    For me, I'm afraid it is just too soft, but 300mm at f/5.6, throught window glass (double glazed?) and all at 1/30s may explain that.

    It is almost monochrome with a red tint, such are the intensity of the colors.

    You do seem to have longer winters in WNY

    Hope that helps,
    It helps, the weather finally breaking and only had the chance to take the P90 out so far. Everytime the weather starts looking good a storm rolls in and changes everything.

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