excellent quiet understated class shot of our country's beauty and charm...subdued yet inviting
the greens are a perfect tone suggesting the coming of autumn.
the note is quite informative and well chosen
post me how you did the LP please..i have done some but keep forgetting how to size them and upload them...without getting flagged for wrong size upload
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2006-11-13 11:31]
this is a great LP-picture with good details and compostion.
I like the light and colours here, It looks a quite and calm place and you show it so well.
- horia (16656)
- [2006-11-13 12:20]
This is indeed a very beautiful "late-summer" look on this gorgeous forest habitat.
The idea with a LP was great!
I like the light here - warm and reflecting very nicely from the vegetation. Also the ground level looks amazing with all those fallen leaves mixing with the grass. The multitude of colors and tones ir really fantastic.
A superb composition!
IMHO, just a tiny bit of contrast would help (and that's because i know you always want a 100% honest opinion)...but i may be wrong :)
Anyway, Bravo and TFS
- hester (11638)
- [2006-11-13 14:33]
I love the fact that this is panoramic. I clicked on it and instantly felt like I was in the woods. Lovely scene, nice light and wonderful colours
- sAner (4750)
- [2006-11-14 8:16]
I already told you via e-mail that I just love this picture. It's very well taken and the sense of depth is really amazing. Composition and POV are great. Colors are already amazing altough you mentioned the autumncolors aren't 100% there yet. You know what this reminds me of? The panorama wallpapers you had in the seventies. My neighbours had a whole wall covered with wallpaper with a photo like this. It always intrigued me and when I buy a new house I want such a seventies-wall myself. Anyway, your picture is excellent and I like it even better than the first time I saw it as you cropped off the light spot in the top right. Like Hester I felt I was instantly in the woods when I opened the large version. A well deserved big smiley. TFS!
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-11-15 9:06]
Great control on the exposure. Shooting landscapes in a forrest is really difficult since there is such a huge difference between shadows and highlights. The depth is very good, but I feel it could be a bit better if there was somekind of FG interest. I do like the way the path takes me further into the photo and let me wonder through the trees.
- cedryk (5270)
- [2006-11-19 20:08]
I like this panoramic wood landcape. It illustrates nicely the character and a mood of this forest. Very nice light, colours and composition.
- buzdovan (21)
- [2007-07-17 17:43]