Busy mu43 weekend doing landscape photos around Brisbane

Aushiker

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#1 and #2 and maybe #4 get my vote :) Not bad for Queensland really :)

BTW curious as to how you get this effect ... is there a thread or suggested source on this?

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Iconindustries

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Nice stuff Phil. I actually like the light you got from the sunset and sunrise. It's a more diffused purplish tone, which I like compared to the stereotypical highly saturated shots I'm used to seeing.

2nd would have to be my favourite.

Noticed the horizon on the 3rd, but it may be intentional.

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I actually prefer No4. It has some really nice elements in it and balance (the tree and stick in the foreground). It looks very interesting when you crop out the water part on the lower half.
 

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no 2 is my fav. fresh look and good balance comp. a human siluett would have spiced it a bit :) nice work!
 

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Aushiker.. i will make up a tut on how I did this and post it on my website.. will try to do it this week..

Iconindustries.. thanks for your comments.. number 3 needs the horizon fixed.. well spotted

Thanks Ozray.. number 4 is my fav.. I just like the colours present..

fransglans.. I had a friend with me but alas they did not want to pose for the camera... maybe I need a mannequin :)

thanks pake.. :)
 

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Could you do something and let me know how you feel or see things? Take shot no 4 and crop it so that you see none of the water. There should be a sliver of land visible on the left, expanding slightly on the right under the tree. I'd be interested in your thoughts with such a crop.
 
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