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    Hi guys,

    What do ya think?


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    Not bad... The idea is there... Would be even better if you had a much longer lens and you could get the moon bigger with the snow and the brown lines but without the trees.

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    i find the WA is good. but imo, i would have prefer the moon to be abit higher.

    also, the different density of trees between the 2 slopes is good.

    must be freezing cold outthere when you take this shot
    Last edited by denniskee; 8th February 2006 at 07:44 AM.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    looks good to me, at least the trees shows the size of the mount. But b'coz of the title it may be more subject based than following the lines of landscape.

    Have never tried getting an exposure on snow, difficult it seems. It looks natural here.

    Think i'll follow this thread and hear wat others'd say.

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    what a great sight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benedium
    Not bad... The idea is there... Would be even better if you had a much longer lens and you could get the moon bigger with the snow and the brown lines but without the trees.
    Well, I can always take the full-sized image and crop off the edges. But I kept the mountains in the frame to provide perspective (the trees look small) And texture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee
    i find the WA is good. but imo, i would have prefer the moon to be abit higher.

    also, the different density of trees between the 2 slopes is good.

    must be freezing cold outthere when you take this shot
    Thanks! Was hoping the tree densities would help show the scale and also provide nice texture to keep the eyes busy...

    Yeah! Was cold!!!! This was taken at Copper Mountain, Colorado. Just came back from a business trip there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chainsmoker
    Have never tried getting an exposure on snow, difficult it seems. It looks natural here.
    It's all natural... I also tried to capture the snow being blown across the mountaintop by the wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benedium
    Not bad... The idea is there... Would be even better if you had a much longer lens and you could get the moon bigger with the snow and the brown lines but without the trees.

    Something like this?


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    now i see benedium's point, the 2nd photo is even more powerful
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Thanks! I'll clean it up and save it in high quality.

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    How's this one?



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    Shot 2 (after crop is much better)

    Cheers!

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