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 By: Gary Dyck  
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Photographer Gary Dyck  Gary Dyck {Karma:12834}
Project #42 Moody Landscape Camera Model Pentax MZ-5n / ZX-5n
Categories Landscape
Nature
Film Format
Portfolio Lens Pentax 100-300mm
Uploaded 10/12/2005 Film / Memory Type Kodak  Ektachrome
    ISO / Film Speed 100
Views 349 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 11 Rating
6.00
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Location City -  near Atlin
State -  BC
Country - Canada   Canada
About a September view of Atlin Lake (or maybe little atlin lake?)

ps, should i have cropped some or all of the foreground trees off?
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Irenka Daniluk Irenka Daniluk   {K:8011} 3/12/2006
Amazingly picturesque! you are a 'cloud master', from a quick look at your portfolio, and here the clouds are in amazing harmony with the mountains..
As for the foregroud trees, I'd leave them as they are - a good frame, as someone has said, and they also relate to the dark spot of forest on the left - thus giving the picture more perspective and proportion.

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NN  NN     {K:26787} 2/9/2006
Hi again Gary! Just wanted to say how disappointed I am as you havenīt got ANY awards! Itīs sooooooo wrong! :(

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Bob Smith   {K:2340} 10/16/2005
Another great one.
Personally I am a big fan of masking mountain scenes with trees in the foreground. I hate to crop my photos at non-standard sizes, so I think it is a good technique to maintain an aspect ratio, but direct peoples attention.

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Susie Dancer   {K:318} 10/13/2005
Gary, I agree with both Darlene and Elisa...the trees are a good thing.

The blues are gorgeous!! Good job!

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Christian Barrette   {K:21125} 10/13/2005
Oh ! I have the same ;)

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Gary Dyck Gary Dyck   {K:12834} 10/13/2005
i use a Nikon coolscan IV - ED . Not the best in the world, but certainly adequate for my purposes. Thanks for all the comments.

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Darlene Boucher   {K:15739} 10/12/2005
Beautiful Gary, I think it's just perfect the way it is!

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Christian Barrette   {K:21125} 10/12/2005
I would pretty much like to know what scanner you use to get these noiseless pict.
Maybe a bit too muted ? As for your question, I feel the foreground acts more like a frame than a foreground (because of the lack of details in it). So perhaps yes, you could crop some of it.

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Kasia Koltunska   {K:5825} 10/12/2005
Absolutely stunning! Amazing tones!
Kasia

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timur basol   {K:5769} 10/12/2005
Beautiful scene Gary. very good shot.
timur

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NN  NN     {K:26787} 10/12/2005
Ohh ... stunningly cool blue tones!!! This sight is out of this world in its beauty! I think the trees in the foreground add depth to the image, quite OK :) A fav.

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