An Old Photo RE-Chute With A Little Winter Moss Revisit By Accident

  • Posted March 29, 2011 by Roger Viewed 1987 times
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So this is my first re-visit with the camera and I tried to get the same shots to compare it to the Blackberry post [photoblog.com]. I liked the first post a lot so thats why its my first re-visit, let me know what you think if you have time to compare, the first 5 shots are very similar to the original post. Thanks

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      2011.04.01 Edited

      for the blackberry post good composition and more snow but for your camera is the best for me bec. very clear, the texture, composition, exposure are great. the last one is my favorite.

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      Lis
      2011.03.30 Edited

      great composition in this set.. the moss is a great contrast to the surrounding.

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      2011.03.29 Edited

      No comparison to these great new shots! Is this an old cattle or goat chute?

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      2011.03.29 Edited

      After comparing these to the original post, I like this series better - the first had sort of a green cast to the wood that didn't reoccur in the second series. Just my thoughts. . .

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      Ray
      2011.03.29 Edited

      Whoa! Big difference... the snow is gone!! Apples and oranges. I think your dof is sharped in this set.

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      2011.03.29 Edited

      You know, I like things about both sets. I think this one is more controlled, but I loved the comp of the last couple of pics in the previous chute!

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      2011.03.29 Edited

      Very Beautiful set...this set is better than the first as far as colors and detail. but the snow was more prominent in the first set!

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      2011.03.29 Edited

      It looks to me like this set has much better colour and contrast and that you are getting a lot more detail than in the older post. I think the moss is a nice touch too..interesting comparison.