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    Thumbs up foxy's fotos and shenanigans!

    cannae remember what i had on before so...pow!






    and kinda older but new to you:

    Last edited by fox in socks; 06-16-2010 at 12:14 AM.

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    That 2nd shot is still just wow! The clouds and green and mountains that go on and on and on.

    Is that glass from a Chihuly exhibit? I sure wish one would come my way.

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    it is. i think it was called "illuminated".

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    The third one is really gorgeous. Very dramatic. Is it blown glass? I'm having a hard time figuring it out.

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    it is. with electric. its chihuly.

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    You've got to tell me how you approach landscape photography.

    I've tried ramping my F-Stop all the way to F22 (that's as far as it'll go in that direction), setting my ISO to 100, and then bracketing the shots (blending them in Photoshop later)...but they still don't look as crisp, clean, and balanced as yours. ARGH!

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    bleh lost my reply---i have tried ramping up to f22 but i usually dont have a tripod with me. those above were shot at f11 and f8 respectively. i think my lens has a "sweet spot" someplace between f8 and f16. a good piece of advice ive gotten for landscape shots, especially those with high apertures is to place something in the foreground, midground and distance, e.g. picture 1: valley, lake, mountains and #2 trees, valley, mountains. thats not always possible, but i think it adds that depth and sense of vastness im always looking for...

    im looking for other examples i can post here.....
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    It's true; you have to have something to lead your eye through the frame, with any photo, but it seems especially true with landscapes. Miss Foxy always does a lovely job.

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    Yes, your landscapes are fantastic. I can't really shoot them properly! I love the recent photo of the lake (?) you posted on flickr, so so so gorgeous and peaceful.

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    love! The purple looks like it's on fire; great lighting! I really like those cone flowers, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DunMiff/sys View Post

    This one is hypnotic.

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    wow - absolutely stunning photographs there

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    Quote Originally Posted by DunMiff/sys View Post
    The cools and warms, so delicious.

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