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Broken Light by ash Broken Light by ash
I love the feeling of light in this photo, even if it is strictly speaking overexposed in places and underexposed in others, and all the rest. It's a pretty high contrast scene and I metered it myself, so I'm fairly happy with it. Criticism is always appreciated though.

Tree in Richmond Park, London, October 2002
Canon EOS 300, Fuji Neopan 100 Acros, lab, scanned neg
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narang99 Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2002
if you like it, that's all the matters, he he he
i'm sorry dude, gonna have to agree with the verunec Worship
he he
What your trying to do on a 35mm is realy hard, yah need one of those large format cameras, to get the best effect, ot so i am told,or i think in the darkroom could do the job, You got that Adams book?I like the shadows though
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verunec Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2002
Hehe. You're so happy with it that I have to criticise it quickly :) (Smile)
The same problem of the firs version of the deer. It looks chaotic. Without clear forms.
Since you're studying Adams' photography you have probably noticed that he usually took pictures with different lighting areas (sometimes with an high contrast, involving every range of his nine (?) zones). But any area has a peculiar form and from those forms comes out the composition. Here it doesn't happens. Do you agree?

[*somewhat like deviation*...I'm sure you will start to hate me =P (Razz) ]
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