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    On the trail

    Not sure if it qualifies as portrai or landscape so I put one on each

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    Re: On the trail

    Sculpture of Ice

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    Re: On the trail

    Quote Originally Posted by lbenac View Post
    Not sure if it qualifies as portrai or landscape so I put one on each

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    I like it more than the previous landscape you posted. I think it's because I don't like heights. The short DOF makes you think about what's at hand, rather than what's yonder. When I'm on the edge of a rock or climbing a tower, I am comforted by dealing primarily with my immediate surroundings more than the view which might make me think, "Hey that's a long way to fall or tumble." Yet you've left enough background detail to show, "What a view, this hike was worth it." It's more story telling and communicating than a normal static f64 landscape.

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    Re: On the trail

    Luc, it has a nice 3D feel to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lbenac View Post
    Not sure if it qualifies as portrai or landscape so I put one on each

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    Re: On the trail

    Hey thnaks that was the idea - it might feels a little bit postcardy but I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp498 View Post
    I like it more than the previous landscape you posted. I think it's because I don't like heights. The short DOF makes you think about what's at hand, rather than what's yonder. When I'm on the edge of a rock or climbing a tower, I am comforted by dealing primarily with my immediate surroundings more than the view which might make me think, "Hey that's a long way to fall or tumble." Yet you've left enough background detail to show, "What a view, this hike was worth it." It's more story telling and communicating than a normal static f64 landscape.
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    Re: On the trail

    Thanks - my wife complains that there is too much 3D where she does not want it to be - on her person :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpalm View Post
    Luc, it has a nice 3D feel to it!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    Re: On the trail

    Well that is what it looks like in a more fromal landscape



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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Not sure if it counts as a landscape or not.
    Sandstone & Ivy. Taken on Fomapan100 developed in Caffenol.

    [IMG] Sandstone & Ivy by Marvin d martian100, on Flickr[/IMG]

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