|Copyright: Paul Haynes (PaulH)
|Date Taken: 2006-05|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2006-09-20 7:16|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Further to previous postings of the same spot at Dewerstone on Dartmoor. I found this lurking unused in my archives and thought i'd share it. I think maybe the tree is too centrally placed perhaps?|
i have increased saturation a little as the fog subdued the colours a bit.
any thoughts or comments welcome as always
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This is wonderful! I like this foggy atmosphere with those lovely colors. Excellent composition with very good details, POV and DOF. Purple flowers are very nice. This is really well done.
Wow Paul! I like this A LOT! Excellent atmosphere with the fog. Interesting subject and nice colours throught. The flowers in the grass are beautiful. I'm surprised this hasnt received more attention than it has. This is a great shot but it can be even better with just a few small tweaks. Please see my workshop.
Great shot - wonderful atmospheric scene, what a lovely wood and very well captured!
For what it's worth, I like the (nearly) central positioning of the tree, it works well adding a nice contrasting element to the soft foggy colours. Rule of thirds can be way too prescriptive!
- [2006-10-23 8:57]
Very beautiful atmosphere... and beautiful colour! The thin fog is great!!
- [2007-01-06 17:50]
I really like the colours and the light here! The place looks like from a dream. Well done!
Very beautiful. I especially like the diagonal ground and the misty look. I have a bluebell wood near me and have tried to get this sort of shot before, but not got anything as successful as this. Well done.