Water above and below
- PaulH (13882)
- [2007-08-08 3:17]
a fantastic POV, really very well sought out and excellent managment of the exposure. I love unusual view points and you've made the most of this one, I envy your summer entertainment too sounds like great fun. You have to travel quite far north in the UK to get any decent snow these days.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2007-08-08 3:22]
Awesome POV and superb technique to get this result. I really like your idea of getting under the snow to get this composition. It clearly shows your trained eye. The exposure is spot on with good details in both shades and highlights. The slow shutter speed did give a wonderful texture to the water.
- angybone (7684)
- [2007-08-08 4:21]
Gorgeous shot - unique perspective, without a doubt. A lot of thought and care went into that shot.
Now, here's the question...are you crazy?!?! (*teasing*) Sliding off the snow into the water!? How cold was that water? ha ha As a Texan, I can't even imagine!!!
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2007-08-08 4:43]
Well thought out. You knew what you wanted and got it down great. Sort of like those surfer pipeline shots. TN is like an advanced school. Great perspective. Honestly it is a great shot Tim. Congrats.
- cdplayer (436)
- [2007-08-08 6:15]
Good notes Tim!
Its nice to get a little background!
The image captured is well composed.
Your perspective is very interesting!
Good use of the Cokin filters!
- dougsphotos (849)
- [2007-08-08 9:22]
What a wonderful place - very unique spot under the glacier like that - well found!!
Also, great work technically with the filters, well achieved and well worth the efforts.
- kuhufu (465)
- [2007-08-08 11:14]
Professionally done. Wonderful DOF and exposure, excellent composition and saturation.
- Naturewalk (1137)
- [2007-08-09 17:54]
Excellent and original POV. Picture well balanced since some part is in the shades and others in the direct sunlight, so good use of your filters. Clarity of the lake is amazing. TFS.