by Szabo Zsolt Andras

window seeking critique szabo zsolt andras

Gallery: 2012-2013

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Landscape

Exif Information:
Make : Canon
Model : Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Date Time Original : 2012-02-19 13:18:42
Focal Length : 17/1
Shutter Speed Value : 1/1
Exposure Time : 4/5
Aperture Value : 9.9
F Number : 9.9
Iso Speed Ratings : 100
Flash : 16
Metering Mode : 5
Exposure Mode : 2
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 300.000000
Y Resolution : 300.000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS5 Macintosh

Published: Tuesday 3rd of April 2012 06:31:01 PM


Art Xanthopoulos

beautiful shot Zsolt. wonderful perspective but i think it could do with a little more exposure to help highlight aspects of the scene

Jeff Bryce

This is very pretty and I like the blue because it feels natural.  But the glowing halo of warmth on the mountain is a bit much for my eyes.  I'd tone it down just a touch.   

Bela Laszlo Molnar


Bela Laszlo Molnar

Of-cause, the original is  beautiful, colorful and more catchy for the eyes, but I would  tone down the blue, specially on the snow, a little bit. IMHO.


Zsolt Andras Szabo

thank you for your especially helpful and constructive comments. 

douglas ritchie

Hi Zsolt,

I like the blue cast with the touch of warm sun on the mountain as contrast,it gives a real sense of chilling cold.

Bela Laszlo Molnar

Zsolt. Please disregard my last comments, R2 and delete, including this. I having a problem with my computer.

Javier Soto

REally well done!

Wanghan Li

Great shot.  #7.  Best Regards,


Daniel Álamo

Hi, Zsolt,

Before seeing the 1st. comment I thought the same about the blue cast on it.  I think it's too much.

By the way, I love the right and low part of the composition with the highlighted trees and the upper side of the big tree over the awe sky BG.  I just mind too over if it's possible to include the entire different texture of snow on FG behind the tree.  Very good job here.  6/7.

Zsolt Andras Szabo

thanks for the comments!

Bela: no problem. but i am not able to delet your comments.

Jeff: the red glow was much much more strong in reality, it is toned down almost 2 stops to not be overexposed, because the limitations of our sensors and  screens. i personally would left it that strong if that would be possible technically. thanks anyway.

Zsolt Andras Szabo
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