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A Foggy and Frosty Morning

jim kerr

Some PC treatments...Comments?

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But it could have been a hot summer afternoon that you turned blue in Photoshop. I wish this shot gave more information: a hint of the frost, a cloud of fog? Maybe the fog is there, but to me the photo just looks a little blurry.
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Hi Jenny, Glad you dropped in. This was taken on Tri-X so obviously I added the blue. It really was taken on the day listed, it was about 0 F. and foggy, hence the frost collected on the smaller tree limbs. I did burn in some of the foggy sky to make it look more as I remembered the scene. Also I added a little darkening to the main tree limbs for clarity. And it is very nearly full frame. Actually I don't mind people having the need to question the authenticity of any shot. I hope I've given you some faith in what this photo is. I really have no reason to trick you or anyone else.....Regards....Jim
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I think the photo is wonderful as it is; and the viewer shouldn't question it..but enjoy it for what it is. I love this one of yours as well! I like the blues and the moon. Although I don't comment on your photos nearly enough, I do follow your work and am very grateful for all the help you have given me over the past months/year =) Wonderful shot, the entire composition is lovely!
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Hi Hillary, I know it looks to be the moon but it's realy the sun shot through very cold fog, very nice of you to stop by, and glad you did......Jim
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Hello Jim! Very nice portfolio and I really appreciate the blue tone given to this picture. Lovely done! Best regards to all people in Indiana! Sincerely, Thierry
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Another beautiful shot. I like that blue colour. Good work. Now to that Volvo. It is a Volvo XC70 AWD 2001 with black leather interior, and a 2,6 liters turbo engine. You was not wrong about that. I do not know what they are called in Finland, but in Norway we call it a tractor. hihi...


Best regards from Tarnaby!

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