* Wed C&C (No Theme) Thread, Ed. 271, 13 07 03 *

Started Jul 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
Fixxxer Regular Member • Posts: 291
Re: Taking photos over Aurlandsfjord

I'll appreciate your advice, Lou, and I'll try to think about that for the next one

LouHolland wrote:

Hi Fixxxer, nice vivid shot this time with a good balance. Sharpnes seems stil a minor problem as this image also have a rim on top of the mountains and som jaggies in the bowed line of that wooeden bridge, but we can live with it I guess. However through burning and dodging (this time dodging) you can brighten the top of the woods in the foreground which gives you more depth and separation. I don't really know if that ads to the image but I would probably try it. A nice shot from a place in a very nice country.


Fixxxer wrote:

My brother posted a similar photo about a week ago and got some good suggestions, so here's my take with the fisheye. Hope you have some good ideas for me too

Pentax K100D with 8mm Samyang fisheye (the brother took his photo where the Dutch people stand in this)

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