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| p.3 #16 · 3 Shots From The Appalachians |
Thanks so much for all the comments and feedback! I really do appreciate every word
@Justin - I have to say I did struggle with that comp when I was in the field. When the left side goes, it does seem to lose something in my opinion. It's a tricky shot compositionally, to be sure. Still don't know if I'm 100% happy with it, but time will tell.
@Capt Don - All images were with a D800e. Lindy Point was a 14-24 @15mm -it was pretty wide. The cabin was actually a 24-70 at 62mm - I wanted to use the longest focal length I could to keep the cabin as large as possible in the frame (it was less than half that size at 24mm when I was closer to the trees for the same shot). I'd have gone even longer, but there was a slight hill and if I stepped back I didn't have the vertical perspective I was after. The Tremont shot was 14-24 @18mm with a Fotodiox Polarizer adapter. Gotta keep those reflections down on the leaves and rocks!
@ plateaulight - - they actually weren't too bad - Cabin was the worst.
Again, thanks so much to everyone who is posting comments