Views: 63 (41 Unique) 
Vote 19
Award Shortlist   

Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS
  • REVIEWS
  • INSPIRATION
  • COMMUNITY
  • COMPETITIONS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here


Enter ePHOTOzine's Prize Draw, with fab gifts for everyone! Click Here

Comments


WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
16 Feb 2013 12:03PM
A clever composition with the wheels and the snow 'lifts' the shady side very well.

Dave

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

16 Feb 2013 1:33PM
Lovely gold colour and light
Effrossini
beautiful. christineGrinGrinGrinGrin
platzy 4 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2013 3:53PM
Fantastic light and detail, great work.
oll1e Plus
9 57 2 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2013 12:13AM
You did really well with such a bright sun,like the composition too Wink


ps thanks also for your kind words Wink
almiles 7 38 102 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2013 6:12AM
Terrific contrast control again and no lens flare either! The snow makes a good lead in until it takes you out of frame at the right but I think the sun is strong enough to pull the eye away and onwards!
Trevhas Plus
4 1.0k 3 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2013 12:02PM
Thanks for your positive comments everyone. Regarding the sun flare, although i shoot both raw and jpeg i process the jpeg and if you mess too much with the jpeg especially the sun it will kick you in the teeth, so i try to get it right on location using my trusty .9 ND soft grad. filter.
The clever bit about this comp. Alan is the 'y ' shaped snow, althouth it takes you out on the right the snow on the back of left millstone keeps your eye back in the frame, also the position of the millstone lies just below band of dark cloud which is almost in line with the sun. This shot almost qualifies for what i call a complex composition, something that has more than just the subject and light in it, the more shapes, lines, diagonals, symmetry,balance, points of interest in the frame the more i like it.
Trevor
BIGRY1 Plus
4 3 7 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2013 7:15PM
Even though I prefer the last one this is still a stunner. The light is excellent!GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Just one question, why do you prefer to process the jpegs? I also shoot in both formats but only process the RAWS as it gives you more possibilities.
Ryan
Trevhas Plus
4 1.0k 3 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2013 9:36PM
Thanks Ryan, the reason that i process the jpeg instead of raw is because my adobe CS5 extended is not compatible with the new nikon d800, i have downloaded the camera raw 6.7 plug in to suit the d800 but for some reason the CS5 will not install it. I've checked the forums and people with the extended version seem to have problems. I sometimes use the nikon nx2 and save to tiff but i'm not as quick and it's not as versatile as when i was using the CS5 to process raw from my canon 5d mk2. To be honest i don't enjoy the processing, i'd rather be out doing photography than doing photoshopy.
Trevor.
BIGRY1 Plus
4 3 7 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2013 11:29AM
My friend (chris-p) he bought the d800 and I think he went to CS6 as I think he had a bit of trouble. Personally though I enjoy the processing side. I like turning good photo's into great ones (well some anyway!Tongue)
Ryan

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.