comments please?

AndyAndy BicameralNew YorkRegistered Users Posts: 50,154 Major grins
edited May 14, 2004 in Wildlife
i'm interested in your feedback, thoughts & feelings on this one, thanks so much :andy

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  • cletuscletus Master of Craposition Registered Users Posts: 1,930 Major grins
    edited May 13, 2004
    Andy,

    That's a great image! Very nice tones. Its really cool that there is just enough detail in the horse's face. If the horse was totally silhouetted it would look like it didn't have a head!
  • DoctorItDoctorIt vrooom! Administrators Posts: 11,950 moderator
    edited May 13, 2004
    Agreed, and along the same lines, I like how you can make out the ground just enough to know the horse isn't floating. Also, how the gray spooky mist evaporates into the warm red/orange as you follow the image up.
    Erik
    moderator of: The Flea Market [ guidelines ]

  • lynnmalynnma Moddess Emeritus Homosassa, Florida (Paradise)Registered Users, Retired Mod Posts: 5,163
    edited May 13, 2004
    andy wrote:
    i'm interested in your feedback, thoughts & feelings on this one, thanks so much :andy

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    Agree with everyone else, I bet it would look just as awesome in shades of grey too..
  • AndyAndy Bicameral New YorkRegistered Users Posts: 50,154 Major grins
    edited May 13, 2004
    lynnma wrote:
    Agree with everyone else, I bet it would look just as awesome in shades of grey too..

    thanks a bunch, guys. cletus, doc, lynne! :andy
  • GREAPERGREAPER Major grins Registered Users Posts: 3,113 Major grins
    edited May 13, 2004
    I agree with everything they said. I was wondering if the technique you used on the bridge shot the other day was applied to this image, or is it right out of camera, or was some other technique used. I learn a lot from your posts so every time you explain I book mark it and read it several times.


    Keep the great stuff comming.
  • tmshotstmshots Big grins Registered Users Posts: 59 Big grins
    edited May 13, 2004
    I too would be interested in the artists secret on your shot. What was the ap and ISO use? If the shot was from camera then truely it was an impressive shot. Even if a little curves play was used, you really captured something there.
  • ian408ian408 More wag. Less Bark. Administrators Posts: 21,551 moderator
    edited May 13, 2004
    andy wrote:
    i'm interested in your feedback, thoughts & feelings on this one, thanks so much :andy
    I read the secrets before looking at this.

    I must say, I do like the shot. The way the sunlight and fog are layered
    add mystery to the scene. The horse looks as if it's waiting for its rider.
    Very cool.

    Ian
    Moderator Journeys/Sports/Big Picture :: Need some help with dgrin?
  • AndyAndy Bicameral New YorkRegistered Users Posts: 50,154 Major grins
    edited May 13, 2004
    how i did it
    if you'd like to learn how i made this shot,

    click here

    :andy
  • AndyAndy Bicameral New YorkRegistered Users Posts: 50,154 Major grins
    edited May 13, 2004
    thx greaper, tm, and ian :D i love this image, and in fact i just ordered a 4foot by 3foot print of it to hang in a special spot in our home.

    thanks all for your kind words!

    andy :andy
  • DoctorItDoctorIt vrooom! Administrators Posts: 11,950 moderator
    edited May 14, 2004
    You sneaky (and highly skilled) bastard! I would NEVER have guessed the horse was put in after the fact.

    Thanks for giving away the secret and teaching us something!
    Erik
    moderator of: The Flea Market [ guidelines ]

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