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Great work Travis. More than the depth of field the lighting is spectacular. Normally this is blown highlights all over. The only down side is the average person has no idea how difficult it is to put together an image that has so much yet gives no compromises. Something to shoot for.
You keep setting the bar higher every week, which is good for all of us.
Thanks for taking the time Rich, I appreciate it. Before actually taking any pictures, I metered all over the scene, trying to figure out a good exposure that could be locked in and not changed. I ended up at a full stop underexposed for the highlights, just to maintain some of the detail in the shadowed leaves and tree sprouts. I still ended up with some bright highlights on the leaves in the light, and had to recover those, and mask them a bit to tone it down.
I don't know that I am setting any bar...just trying to keep up...the WA has been a real treat to get back into, and it has made me a better photographer, I enjoy it a lot.
Now I have to take Monday or Tuesday morning off work to shoot what I want. Will anyone write me an excuse
I know right, I have that problem all the time...maybe I could forge a note...nah, that didn't work out to well in school!