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An ice fog frosty morning on the Rundle Park golf course with a sundog back lighting the scene. After converting to monochrome, the sky and shadows were darkened and the the frost was lightened. Then the outlines were added.
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Leslie Otterbein Very nice shadows. It seems too bright to be a sundog – it isn’t the sun?
Bob Walling This is a great shot of light and shadow. I like the shadows on the snow and the background haze of the icy fog (icedog) and the way in which the tree branches are silhouetted against the fog.The sun shows well, but its unfortunate that any flair to add to interest of this gorgeous scene.
Virginia Stranaghan Wonderful image with the strong leading lines in the shadows, the backlight is very beautiful. The choices in editing have succeeded in making a beautiful image.
|I have been working in B&W and color, using 35mm and 4″x5″ for the past thirty five years or so. Photographic interests include still life, scenics, light painting, and family candids. I am presently using a Sony R1, converted for both infrared and color capture, Epson 3800 and R1800 printers, an Epson 4990 flatbed scanner, and a Nikon 5000. I am a member of the Images Alberta Camera Club, and the Crossroads Print Group.|
I am looking forward to viewing your monochrome work along with sharing ideas with you.