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Snowy Cemetery

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 12 January 2013 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

NIKON D300 1/160 second F/5.6 ISO 200 75 mm

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Aubélia from Kortrijk, Belgium

Wonderful composition. I love it.

12 Jan 2013 9:46am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Elegant image.

12 Jan 2013 9:53am

Mariana Maoduš from Waterloo, Canada

Super DOF and framing, Anita !

12 Jan 2013 10:40am

tom from Germany

Love your use of DOF.

12 Jan 2013 1:16pm

Brenda from Canton, United States

A beautiful use of leading lines through your choice of viewpoint, the fence line leading us strongly into the snowy image. Lovely snow bokeh. We can feel the quietude and reverence.

12 Jan 2013 2:34pm

@Brenda: If you can feel the quietude and reverence, I've achieved a worthy goal. Thank you!

Julie L. Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Really nice perspective and use of leading lines. I like the shallow depth of field. Would you believe that I used to seek out compositions like this? It reminds me of how I looked for patterns, lines, and textures when I first got into photography back in the 80's. I was young and lived in downtown Indianapolis. Back then I processed B&W in my bathroom darkroom!

12 Jan 2013 2:37pm

@Julie L. Brown: Thank you for the specific comments. Your photography has changed over the years as your interests have changed. Isn't the computer an easier darkroom to use? Or, do you miss the actual dark room?

Julie L. Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

I love the digital darkroom! Working in the bathroom was limiting, and I don't miss the contact with chemicals either. Once I got into nature photography I started shooting color slide film because it was easier to share my travel images, but it was expensive. Digital has accelerated my learning and expanded my creativity. How about you? You are so good at processing, I would bet that you prefer digital as well.

12 Jan 2013 6:03pm

@Julie L. Brown: I, too, love the digital darkroom. I love working in color, and a color darkroom was never an option for me. Working on the computer, with so much wonderful software, is a joy!

RBL from Oxford, United States

Wonderful mood you create beyond the gate ... fantastic capture and composition! I enjoy the peacefulness in the cemeteries.

12 Jan 2013 8:20pm

omid from mashhad, Iran

wooow!
very nice & amazing!
so so beautiful frame & focus!
Lovely!

12 Jan 2013 11:09pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

fine selective focus

12 Jan 2013 11:25pm

rian from vestavia hills, United States

shooting a cemetery at winter? wow, that's something that give me the chills.. ;D

13 Jan 2013 3:32am

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Lovely shot. Somehow snow seems to make a cemetery seem more cheerful to me. Re your comment to Julie - I used to mess around a little with darkroom processing and printing years ago also, but I LOVE the computer. It's like instant darkroom on steroids. We can do so much more, and faster and easier and lots more creative!

13 Jan 2013 3:37am

@B. Thomas: Cemeteries have always been peaceful and beautiful places for me--often they have lovely landscaping, trees, etc. I, too, love digital darkroom! I completely agree with you. I can do so much more, and, I can work in color--my favorite.

outsidersworld from everywhere, Germany

The snow is a great contrast to the black fence. A well-chosen theme.

13 Jan 2013 5:52pm

Arnd from Basel, Switzerland

Well chosen diagonal composition and superb low depth of field. The portrait format works very well here!

13 Jan 2013 11:17pm

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Snow brings such a silent cohesion to all things - perhaps especially in a cemetery.

14 Jan 2013 6:45am

Marcie from n, United States

Mmmm...am loving these snowy images. The black wrought iron is exquisite against the white.

14 Jan 2013 12:34pm

bernie kasper from Madison, United States

Oh yeah...I have a very similar shot from one of our recent snows, love the vanishing point in this, well done Anita !!

14 Jan 2013 5:40pm

NIKON D300
1/160 second
F/5.6
ISO 200
75 mm

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