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author Christel Green
title Windy
date9/26/2000 1:25:00 AM
detailsOne of the latest additions to my b&w gallery - taken last week. Canon PowerShot Pro70, f8, 1/45, 89B filter
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1 Tom Grubbe   (9/26/2000 2:15:00 AM)
Very nice. Kinda looks like the same place as your "Hill" photo. Since you were going for blurred flowers did you get a chance to shoot them slower than 1/45 (1/16th or 1/8th maybe) just for a different feel? I'm tempted to suggest including more of the flowers but that might loose the feel of the open air and curves of the landscape...But I definitely like it.
2 Christel Green   (9/26/2000 3:02:00 AM)
Tom, I was afraid that shooting at a lower speed would cause the flowers to become unrecognizeable - it was really quite windy. Besides, it´s hand held as always :)
It´s not the same place as the "Hill", but this is such a typical Danish landscape that you´re likely to see it everywhere. Denmark has no bedrock and is made largely of glacier residue left behind 10.000 years ago. When the glaciers melted, they left these soft rolling hills and hollows + a assorted pebbles and rocks that come all the way from North Scandinavia :)
3 Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)     (9/26/2000 5:38:00 AM)
Great curves, light and motion. Beautiful composition. The overal feelling is freedom and happiness. Needs a cleaner merge between the sky and the woods. Some details lost in clouds and flowers. Christel, why don't you ever use a tripod? Your landscapes are great but still can be better.
4 Roger Ranney (Don't block the shot)   (9/26/2000 9:01:00 AM)
This is exactly why I don't try many macros. The wind is always blowing here. The slight blur on the daisys add to the effect that the wind is blowing, without being a distraction. Without them it would be just a hill. I think this would look great in color too. Nice job! 7.75
5 Mike Blanchard   (9/26/2000 9:07:00 AM)
Nice job Christel. (7.75)
6 Christel Green   (9/26/2000 11:17:00 AM)
Sergei, I´ve been wondering all day what you meant by "merge", but now I think I know :) The lower 2/3 of the image has been selectively brightened and the mask must have left that white trace over the trees - thanks for bringing it to my attention!
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