Snowy creek

This is a discussion on Snowy creek within the IR & HDR Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Got a decent snow storm here in MN, went down to the creek to snap a few pics, this one was by far my favorite. ...


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    Got a decent snow storm here in MN, went down to the creek to snap a few pics, this one was by far my favorite. 3 exposures, merged in photoshop HDR pro with a topaz adjust filter
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    I like the feel of this pic, crisp and calm
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    Very lovely scene, the sort I hunt for all the time!
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    I thought I commented on this already..oh well.. Beautiful shot was what I was thinking anyways!
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    Beautiful pic! I especially like the way the branches at the top of the photo lead the eye to the rest of the scene. Stay warm!
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    wow.. beautiful image. HDR and snow can be a difficult task sometimes. You pulled it off nicely.

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    This is a fantastic shot. The form, composition, and processing are radiant--in a snowy, wintery sort of way.

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    If you hadn't said this was taken in Minnesota I would have guessed .... well, Minnesota

    Nicely done ... only complaint is it is a bit tall so I have to scroll to see the entire image.



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    Nice capture and composition. Perspective is excellent. I'd like to see the near foreground snow a little whiter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kbColorado View Post
    If you hadn't said this was taken in Minnesota I would have guessed .... well, Minnesota

    Nicely done ... only complaint is it is a bit tall so I have to scroll to see the entire image.
    I did not notice that before (the height) I am running a large monitor, Thanks for pointing that out. I will correct it and re-upload

    Quote Originally Posted by Grandpa View Post
    Nice capture and composition. Perspective is excellent. I'd like to see the near foreground snow a little whiter.
    Thanks Sir. Please tell me, how would one make the snow in the foreground more white?
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