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Photographer  greg collins {Karma:12273}
Project #42 Moody Landscape Camera Model Canon Powershot S1
Categories Landscape
Film Format Digital JPEG
Portfolio landscape
Wakatipu
Lens Canon Fixed Lens
Uploaded 6/22/2006 Film / Memory Type Digital CF iso 50
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 933 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/8.0
Critiques 25 Rating
6.10
/ 5 Ratings
Location City -  Kinlock
State -  SOUTHLAND
Country - New Zealand   New Zealand
About I know this photo is wrong as it doesn't really go left to right as i'm told landscape shots should but I think it works better.
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Joćo F * Photography Joćo F * Photography   {K:41945} 8/15/2006
I love it dear greg Collins well done my friend !!
jo

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M. Bi M. Bi   {K:3646} 7/11/2006
Great atmosphere! Clouds are magics!
Mauri

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 7/10/2006
congrats lily for your FC!!!
cheers
roby

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Czeslav Gavinkovski Czeslav Gavinkovski   {K:6804} 7/7/2006
Interesting in your BW great and original style.
Czeslaw.

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Marlyce Chastain Marlyce Chastain   {K:4071} 7/4/2006
Greg, this picture does go from left to right in my rule book. The poles are on the left and then toward the front they turn to the right. I find if the rules don't work, re-write them. Just don't tell my husband I said that. I think this very eye catching!

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Tiger Lily     {K:10966} 7/4/2006
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique Hi Greg, My eyes picked up the farthest power line first and ran through the rest towards the foreground. So it looks right to me. Excellent compo. Thank you for your comment on mine. I appreciate it.

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Marcus Armani Marcus Armani   {K:36599} 7/3/2006
well greg as a former landscape photograher for many years, most great landscapes you will find do break some rules and I find those that shoot trying to abide by the many rules endup with less than dramtic scenes. I really like this moody scene very much, the dark lighting and moody sky looks great, I love the power poles in sequence losing depth as they make there way through the scene, wonderful and original..

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Saeed Al Shamsi Saeed Al Shamsi   {K:47735} 7/2/2006
Those moment of atmosphere one can not ignore, excellent work of B&W subject.
Superb
Saeed

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Toshi  Toshi    {K:11924} 7/1/2006
Hi Greg, I feel this is a very well composed shot (never heard about the left to right for landscape rule). There is enough background atmosphere from the peeking mountain tops through the silky smooth clouds which holds interest to the eye. I like the B&W tones for added mood as well, very nicely captured.

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Ange Brett   {K:1642} 6/28/2006
Nice shot Greg, isn't that mist cool

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Gregory McLemore Gregory McLemore   {K:34979} 6/27/2006
Moody with lovely tones and a touch of magic, very striking capture.

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Nilanjan Mitra Nilanjan Mitra   {K:12952} 6/26/2006
Great Image.... too good a composition... wonderful sky..
rgrds,
nil

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greg collins   {K:12273} 6/26/2006
Hey Danny thanks for the reply much appreciated. I'm from Otago and we always joke about the southland weather - I fish there alot and you have to pick your day.
Cheers Greg

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Galal El Missary   {K:84569} 6/26/2006
Great B&W composition , well taken .

Galal

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Danny Brannigan   {K:19523} 6/26/2006
Rules are meant to be broken.I think this works well . Very stong lines which holds the eye.Doe the sun ever shine in Sothland....... Only joking.

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Howie Mudge Howie Mudge   {K:27933} 6/26/2006
Beautiful mood and really like the mist on the moutains. excellent.

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a. gianfranco baccelli a. gianfranco baccelli   {K:21379} 6/26/2006
Beautiful compo and great atmosphere in this pic. Lovely B&W tones.

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greg collins   {K:12273} 6/26/2006
Hi Rina and thanks for viewing. I was always told that people read left to right and that landscape shots should go left to right - leading the eye through the image. I was afraid that in this image the eye started on the right at the powerlines in the foreground and lead the eye left. I guess who needs rules - it's probibly more about what feels right.
Thanks for input - much appreciated as always.
Regards Greg

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Caterina  Berimballi Caterina  Berimballi   {K:27299} 6/25/2006
Landscape shots should go left to right? Who said that, and more importantly, why?? And what if you live in Europe? ;-D

This is wonderful imagery Greg. Love how the mountain tops peek through the cloud cover. Almost looks like they don't belong... surreal even(?) Great diagonal lead too. Yup, works for me.

Cheers
Rina.

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Dr. Rafael Springmann Dr. Rafael Springmann   {K:89517} 6/24/2006
Who said infinity is on the right? as long as the line of sight leads my eye to infinity, it's OK with me.
Thank you for your comment on my photo.
Best regards,
Rafi

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stingRay part 3 . stingRay part 3 .   {K:248368} 6/23/2006
Hi again Greg....I threw the rule book away over 40 years ago. Turn your thoughts on your shot around, it does start on the left and comes whizzing intowards us on the right...how's that? I love the misty glimpses of the mountains and the relentless lines of the cables and poles coming OUT from the distance or receding INTO the distance...Any which way, it looks good, well done to you Greg. All the best ....Ray

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Joćo F * Photography Joćo F * Photography   {K:41945} 6/22/2006
Great image here well presented in B&W dear Greg !!
jo

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Violetta  Tarnowska   {K:24497} 6/22/2006
Hi, Greg:)Interesting take.Exceptional moment with clouds.Thanks for your visit:)Viola.

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Rashed Abdulla Rashed Abdulla   {K:163889} 6/22/2006
Wonderful image with very great lighting, composition, I like a lot the contrast and tone here.

All of the best my friend

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Phillip  Minnis    Phillip  Minnis    {K:13131} 6/22/2006
What a fabulous B&W image, Greg! Fantastic comp! Well captured!

Cheers

Phil

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