Treeology

The sun shining into the wintery forest always appeals to me. But I could never get it into a proper picture – until I exposed on the lights, which lead to underexposing the whole by two stops.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast

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10 thoughts on “Treeology

  1. jbheronneau

    Very nice!
    There are two pictures, but if there were only one, I’d like how the wall would separate the dark side (right picture) from the light side (left picture)…
    It’s really well done :)

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    1. tms Post author

      Interestiong idea. I can see what you mean … thank you for dropping by and leaving a comment.

  2. halfcnote

    I was taught that a great b&w runs from the darkest black to the whitest white in a single photo. You have done it with lots of visual interest in between.

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    1. tms Post author

      Thank you so much … I do share this opinion, especially when it comes to the darker areas.

  3. tms Post author

    Thank you all for your comments! It is always exciting to learn what people see in pictures, so thanks again for stopping by and leaving your opinion.

    Reply
  4. themofman

    Yeah, high contrast is always my favourite. Bright light from a sun that’s relatively low to the clear sky horizon (morning/evening) is the most appreciated whereas others prefer diffused light throughout a cloudy day.

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