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Here you are foreign

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By BubbleguN-oo   |   
Published: September 26, 2011
© 2011 - 2020 BubbleguN-oo
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Image size
1000x1285px 1.11 MB
Shutter Speed
1/160 second
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Aug 30, 2011, 3:28:10 PM
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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hello, please could you email me urgently as we are tyring to get this photo high res to use on a book cover - AChandler@penguinrandomhouse.co.uk
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augenblickwinkel Photographer
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Absolutely awesome location for such photography !
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SuinaliathProfessional Photographer
What forest is this?? Beautiful!
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It`s a forest near Finland-Russia border.
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fiskProfessional Digital Artist
The use of dodge in the mid-treeline (so they become lighter and softer) is a brilliant techniqe, it makes the image (in my opinion) and it is a great style. I can't really rationalize why I like it, but i do like it. Very well done.
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Hi! :wave:

Your :iconawesome-plz: work has been FEATURED IN MY JOURNAL here: [link] :iconmyheartplz:

:iconcip33: HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! :iconcip33: AND :iconmaroniu::iconmaroniu0::iconmaroniu1::iconmaroniu2:
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Hey I featured this piece in this feature
in my feature for "The Waiting Game".
Thanks for sharing this beautiful work!

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Congratulations with your DD!
This picture is worth it, more than any (now).
You added a nice effect to it, with the vertical blur, very good!
I can go on about the choice of colors and the fact that your 'main' subject is tiny... you placed her in the right spot, believe me! My eyes were immediately drawn to that spot like a magnet! The lines created by the blur add to that effect, but they also make the woods look a lot bigger than they would without them. I can clearly see that you placed these 'stripes' very carefully, not just blur the whole thing vertically and erase the layer here and there.
Magical work, my friend!
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wow great capture, I could get lost in it forever...
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OlivierAccartProfessional Photographer
Dreamy !
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greate greate greate nothig more
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