Sepia Toned Landscape [Ir]

9 years 11 months ago #156336 by robbie

665NM D200...Ir


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9 years 11 months ago #156346 by J. Hansen
I like everything but the clouds for some reason. Normally I love the clouds but they just seem like a touch to much. Does that make any sense???? But what do I know it is still a great pictue!! :)


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9 years 11 months ago #156348 by photobod
wonderful when I enlarged it, great work Robbie as usual

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9 years 11 months ago #156360 by robbie

J. Hansen wrote: I like everything but the clouds for some reason. Normally I love the clouds but they just seem like a touch to much. Does that make any sense???? But what do I know it is still a great pictue!! :)

Thanks for the comment,I see your point re the clouds.


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9 years 11 months ago #156362 by robbie
Thanks David,appreciate the comment.


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9 years 11 months ago #156419 by mj~shutterbugg
I find myself unable to focus on one aspect of the image- my eye sweeps the whole image. It is busy and confusing to me. I like it, but more as an abstract than a landscape- if that makes sense?

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9 years 11 months ago #156470 by robbie

mj~shutterbugg wrote: I find myself unable to focus on one aspect of the image- my eye sweeps the whole image. It is busy and confusing to me. I like it, but more as an abstract than a landscape- if that makes sense?

Thanks MJ,maybe 'cloudscape' would be a better description.I did shoot for the clouds which was scattered in tiny dots hence no specific point of interest,so you take the whole sky as one.


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