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Josh-H
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« on: July 16, 2008, 05:40:00 PM »
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Taken early morning Mount Buffalo Australia a few days ago. Was -5 degrees Celsius and had been blizzarding all night - snow and wind stopped for about 15 minutes in an uncanny calm and I was able to capture this image.

I would really appreciate comments and constructive critisism.

The shot is actuall a color photograph - not B&W. There was just no color to speak of. I did remove some Blue saturation to make the snow a little more neutral. Otherwise its pretty much a straight shot. The trees are Australian snow gums trees.

Canon 1DSMK3 w/ 70-200 F2.8L IS ISO100 pp Lightroom V1.4
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« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2008, 06:39:23 AM »
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Taken early morning Mount Buffalo Australia a few days ago. Was -5 degrees Celsius and had been blizzarding all night - snow and wind stopped for about 15 minutes in an uncanny calm and I was able to capture this image.

I would really appreciate comments and constructive critisism.

The shot is actuall a color photograph - not B&W. There was just no color to speak of. I did remove some Blue saturation to make the snow a little more neutral. Otherwise its pretty much a straight shot. The trees are Australian snow gums trees.

Canon 1DSMK3 w/ 70-200 F2.8L IS ISO100 pp Lightroom V1.4
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Nice image. I've taken many snow images in my life and often times I feel I just get close to what the experience was, the cold, silence and stillness of the moment. So I keep taking them.

Tripod or not?
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« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2008, 07:00:16 AM »
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Nice image. I've taken many snow images in my life and often times I feel I just get close to what the experience was, the cold, silence and stillness of the moment. So I keep taking them.

Tripod or not?
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Thanks.

Yup - taken on a tripod with mirror lock-up. Exposure was 1/50 second at F11 over exposed by 2 stops.
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