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Overlooking the Grand River


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Re: Overlooking the Grand River


I like this very much indeed an impressive mixture of normal and IR vision. I just wonder if the sky is a touch too dark unless you are seeking to portray a lull before a storm.

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Thanks, Norman. I was going for a low key look with this one which is why the sky appears darker.

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A very striking image, nicely balanced from a compositional point of view as well,
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That works for me on all levels Steve. As you know, I think IR works best with only some subjects and lighting conditions (that's only a personal pov mind!) and this image shows what happens when it all comes together and works. For me, just the right amount of blur too.

I should imagine that this prints beautifully?

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Thanks, Steve, I haven't printed this yet but toying with the idea of doing so. I'll let you know.

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Looks fantastic to me.

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Thanks, Tony.

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I agree with with everything Steve (734) said. Super. I love the glassy water surface and the terrific, dark, brooding feel. An eminent success!
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