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A couple of landscapes from the weekend motorcycle ride

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Richard_R, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. Richard_R

    Richard_R Eclectic eccentric Staff Member

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    Same (ish) scene two ways.
    X-T1 18-55

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    They're both rather nice. I enjoy most of your photos Richard, they are very different from those we frequently see of Australia!
     
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    It's like not Australia . . . I like both, but I feel more attracted to #2.
     
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    Love the B&W, well done!
     
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    Really like the BW
     
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    Great BW
     
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    They both have their merits, but I especially like the way the light "reflects" from the land in the mono shot.
     
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    I especially like the B&W. It brings out the form of the trees very well, and having only three trees in the foreground packs more punch, IMO.
     
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    #2 all the way! Nice.
     
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    The B&W version really suits the scene! Great shot!
     
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    Both are very pleasing...good work!
     
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    Same. The black and white version is stunning!
     
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    B&W version is great
     
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    Having looked at it again, other than my phone, I really like the chaos of the BG. Everything in the BG is in question, but the foreground elements begin the story, with the ending hidden in the back. I can’t see the trees in the back, but have hope they’re as strong as the ones in the front.
     
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    B&w is great. Light but also the composition and the proportion of the photo. Well done
     
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    Yeah, both are great, but I really like the feel of the b/w. Nice work here.
     

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