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Chilltop II by Meowgli Chilltop II by Meowgli
A little bit out of season but I've only just gotten around to editing this one! Taken the same shoot as:



I mentioned at the end of the comments on the previous image there was one more to come without the fence... many months later it's nice to finally be able to keep my word :D

I'd love some feedback as to which you prefer out of these two... of the people I've asked so far it's about a 50/50 split. I actually had this one earmarked for my stock portfolios but I'm considering putting it in my main one now (posting it here does not mean it's stock by the way!). It's simple and a bit cliché I know, but I still think it would make for a nice winter print. What do you reckon? C&C welcome as always.

Warwickshire, England.

Adam Edwards Photography
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benas1971 Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2011
beautiful
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Meowgli Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2011   Photographer
:)
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MsDulcet Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Love the lines and light in this one!
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:iconmeowgli:
Meowgli Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011   Photographer
:)
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ambulance-ambience Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
featured here! [link]
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:iconmeowgli:
Meowgli Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011   Photographer
thank you for the feature!
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islandtime Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011
fabulous light and colour
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ambulance-ambience Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I love how lightly the snow has dusted the ground in both of these pictures. You did a good job keeping the second hill visible. I seem to always have a problem keeping the foreground lit up aw well as showing details in the sky. But this is perfect!
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Meowgli Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011   Photographer
thank you very much! you could try using a graduated filter or shooting separate exposures and blending them later in photoshop... if you're not sure how to do this check out this tutorial :) - [link]
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ambulance-ambience Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome, thanks! I've heard of people doing this but haven't tried it out yet. (Mainly because I wasn't sure how to do it) But this will help me out tremendously!
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