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Typical B&W Snow Scene

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Just adding my image to the (no doubt huge) influx of snow scene pictures from the UK...
I'm interested in any tips on how to improve this shot.

Camera:Olympus D340R
Title:Typical B&W Snow Scene
Username:iansimpson iansimpson
Uploaded:28 Jan 2004 - 3:15 PM
Tags:Landscape / travel
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job3210
job3210  1046 forum posts
28 Jan 2004 - 3:48 PM

Ian,
You could try cropping this image to draw the attention to the trees in the middle, and or adjust the contrast.

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mule
mule  1068 forum posts
28 Jan 2004 - 6:50 PM

I think we might be seeing a fair few of these..

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iansimpson
iansimpson  11
29 Jan 2004 - 11:11 AM

Mule - no doubt! Smile

Job3210 - thanks, but crop in which direction? Should I lose the footprints and the road? Much appreciated.

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geegee
geegee  1029 forum posts England
29 Jan 2004 - 11:53 AM

I like it Ian, B&W is effective. To be honest I wouldn't know where to crop this one Glenn, without losing some of the impact.
George.

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paul_indigo
29 Jan 2004 - 11:17 PM

Ian, I would not no where to crop it either. The square composition works well and there's a good contrast between the white snow areas and the dark tree branches.

Paul

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iansimpson  11
30 Jan 2004 - 9:17 AM

Thanks George & Paul

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iansimpson  11
30 Jan 2004 - 9:17 AM

Thanks George & Paul

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