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Snow on the railway Running through Talbot Heath in Branksome, Poole, Dorset
Despite the cold I still went out and took some photos!
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A fabulous shot - I love 'perspective' photos!
Worth going out in the cold for!!
Quote: A fabulous shot - I love 'perspective' photos!
Worth going out in the cold for!
A lovely shot, sharp throughout, well done.
great comp love the pov a belter nice one
I think the snow just needs brightening up a bit. The camera's meter may have been fooled by the bright scene and under exposed by one or two stops. Increasing the exposure slightly in PS produces a whiter looking snow.
A good use of the rails to show perspective.
Great leading lines!
Very good pov, This shot portrayed the Inglish weather at the moment very well.
Great perspective, a fine image, and good on you for braving the cold Carol
Wow! I love the mod - the colours really shine out!
Thanks everyone for all the votes and comments
Thanks for the Mod Alan as well, Makes the whole picture stand out much more, Looks Great
This is an excellent photo !!
Well composed, the tracks providing a good lead in to the snowy scene and bridge. Well captured.
Great image ,good lead in and good composition
Brilliant shot with a great DOF to this winter scene.
Well worth going out for, and well done to you for this capture. good DOF, WELL COMPOSED.
well done for braving the elements. Captured the essence of this winter scene really well. paul
I remember taking the same shot from the same bridge when I was your age... the only difference was a Kodak 127 and a Steam Train
Well done Tilney.
Thanks again for all the comments
Great shot and all the better for the square crop.
Firstly - great image! (Initially caught my eye as I was snapping railway lines in the snow a couple of weeks ago.)
As mentioned elsewhere, the image seemed a little underexposed - so I increased exposure.
The bridge area was slightly in shade... as the eye is led to this point I increased brightness in this area too.
Also darkened the sky and the immediate foreground slightly as this helps highlight the tracks leading up to the bridge.
Finally cropped some sky - I think this helps the composition as the image conforms more closely to the 'thirds' rule/guide.
Hope you find this useful
Regards -- Steve
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