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Typical B&W Snow Scene

By iansimpson  
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.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: geegee, imrog, marcbowker


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job3210 12 46
28 Jan 2004 3:48PM
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 12 68
28 Jan 2004 6:50PM
I think we might be seeing a fair few of these..
iansimpson 13 3
29 Jan 2004 11:11AM
Mule - no doubt! Smile

Job3210 - thanks, but crop in which direction? Should I lose the footprints and the road? Much appreciated.
geegee 12 29 England
29 Jan 2004 11:53AM
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.
paul_indigo 13 259 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2004 11:17PM
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
iansimpson 13 3
30 Jan 2004 9:17AM
Thanks George & Paul
iansimpson 13 3
30 Jan 2004 9:17AM
Thanks George & Paul

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