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Sunset Grass


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This was taken about an hours drive east of Perry, Florida.. on the

panhandle. The Gulf of Mexico is just beyond the grass and tree line.

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Pleasant composition, very nice color. How did you preserve the rich green color of the grass when shooting into the sunset? Was this a particularly long exposure?
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I used a Singh-Ray Galen Rowell ND Grad 2Stop Soft filter to preserve detail in the forground. Exposure time was 1/8 sec.

Thanks for the comments.

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You did great keeping the detail in the foreground. Not an easy thing to do. The rich yellow and green contrast nicely and make this a pleasing image.
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A tremendous sensitivity and feel for photographing natural things rings true in this photo, even especially with the civ hints in the background!
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What are you doing in Florida, Dave? :-) Couldn't hack the Alaskan winter? LOL!! (I wouldn't be able to, myself!)

 

This is absolutely gorgeous. You seem to find wonderful shots wherever you go!!

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A simple picture, but with a perfect execution ! Bravo, I like it very much.

The colors are perfect.

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An ominous and unusual colour palette Dave; very nice indeed. I wonder if some additional burning-in or colour adjustment is worth experimenting with in the lower quarter of the image - to me the light there looks a bit unnaturally white as if a fill flash was used.
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I like the soft effect (in many of your photos). In this one I especially like the way the grass in the left corner fans out and points in the direction of the water. The water takes it from there joining bottom and top.
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It always annoys me when I'm blown away by an image, and then someone points out something I didn't notice, and that would be the light in the foreground. Well, whether it's fill flash, or fairy lights, it's still a beautiful shot. And the grass definitely looks greener on your side.
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