Landscape

by Nancy Andrea D April. 23, 2021 198 views

The landscape photos in my library are not fantastic and perhaps with the lockdown coming to an end soon, I might be able to shoot new landscape keeping in mind the advice and comments that were shared. Thank you so much.

2 more landscape photos before I move on to other subjects. As usual, kindly leave a comment / advice, etc if you wish as I am still learning / experimenting with landscape. Your comment / advice are greatly appreciated!

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John Durham 1 month, 3 weeks ago

I like #1 as well. With such nice clouds, I would at least try a circular polarizing filter to se if it would make the clouds "pop" a little more. Maybe, maybe not.

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to John Durham 1 month, 3 weeks ago

The clouds were very wisply faint - don't know if that is proper English - I tried making it 'pop' but the whites became overblown and I had to heal the white spots. Thank you for your help. The next time I try shooting landscape, I would definitely keep all the shared help in my mind. Thank you once again, John!

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John Durham Replied to Nancy Andrea D 1 month, 3 weeks ago

wisply faint is better than my English - keep shooting!

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Thomas Thompson 1 month, 3 weeks ago

#1 is fantastic with has depth, nicely done

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Thomas Thompson 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Thank you very much, Thomas.

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Thomas Thompson Replied to Nancy Andrea D 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Your Very Welcome

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Björn Roose 1 month, 3 weeks ago

#1 is very nice apart from one detail. It's not about the landscape, actually, but about the tree on the left. Close to the top of the tree the part of it still in the photo becomes so thin that it looks like it was not meant to be in the photo. I'd make it "disappear". But that is a matter of taste and not easily done with all photo editing software.

I've been using Affinity Photo for some time now and I'm using it for something more important than such details too: the air. Often air is quite hazy and often you'd like to have more articulated clouds in it. In Affinity there's a feature called "remove haze" which I often use for that and which pleases me a lot.

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Björn Roose 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Hahahaha ... would you believe it if I say that I didn't see those wispy leaves ?? Good one! I would definitely had erased it. Thanks for pointing it out. The clouds were pathetic ... I had to coax it out with mask, etc and trying so hard to not let it get overblown. Thanks once again Björn for taking time to comment. I really appreciate it. I will try again (soon) landscape photography - not really my cup of tea  - but I like to explore deeper!

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Björn Roose Replied to Nancy Andrea D 1 month, 3 weeks ago

You're welcome, Nancy smile By the way (and I have no shares in the company smile): Affinity Photo is now available at only 24.99 dollars (which is half what I paid for it). And that's a lifelong license: updates are for free. If you're used to PhotoShop you'll be very satisfied with Affinity: it works way easier and it can do more than PhotoShop.

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Björn Roose 1 month, 3 weeks ago

I have missed your earlier comment about Affinity... Sorry. I am using Affinity at the moment. Agree that Affinity is user-friendly. I have so much to learn from Affinity....

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-- Lyency 1 month, 3 weeks ago

#1 is an outstanding landscape, you should be satisfied with it

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to -- Lyency 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Thank you very much, Lyency. I appreciate your comment!

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