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Thread: It's Fall in New Hampshire
10-10-2008, 09:43 PM #1
It's Fall in New Hampshire
my go at the whole 'fall foliage' shots - more to be added as more is shot. the colors are going NUTS right now. additional pics can be seen here:
c&c welcome and encouraged!
ps - i need to figure out a way to edit out the black line through the reflection shot (shot #2) - any hot tips?? i've got lightroom and cs3. thanks!www.geoffholmanphotography.comMed School Ski Days: 11
10-11-2008, 10:00 AM #2
Gotta love the colors...
#s 1 and 3 are the best IMO, but they all feel a little hot. Maybe get your slacker ass outta bed for sunrise?
10-12-2008, 01:09 AM #3
Nice, I agree, #1 is pretty awesome. And just my insignificant opinion here but 3 could have a lot of potential if you go stand at the end of the dock an just get the trees + reflection. I dont know, the blueness doesn't really go well with the fall colors. But again, this is just my 2 cents
10-12-2008, 07:31 AM #4
They all seem a little soft to me...Don't be that guy. That guy is dead.
10-12-2008, 08:35 AM #5
thanks all for the comments!
squirrel - your mom feels a little hot but in all seriousness, by 'hot' do you mean the saturation is excessive or the sun was too high in the sky already? These were taken at 8:26 ish, which ain't the crack of dawn but I'm doing the best I can here...
hdcb - i took that shot too actually, it's attached. it was a toss up between which to throw up in the first place. is this one closer to your vision of the ideal shot?
mav - on second review i think you're right - but luckily i compared the tgr uploaded version to the real thang, and somewhere in the resize, and then the upload, sharpness was lost. I'll make a photobucket account and try attaching them that way, hopefully with better results.www.geoffholmanphotography.comMed School Ski Days: 11