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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Shaftwoods by Krabardaf
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April 5th, 2011

At the heart of a Belgian forest, by a bright and slightly foggy morning, i captured this particular atmosphere that i miss as a citizen.

Nikon D7000, Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR. Capture NX2 used for tones adjustment.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: WhiteDog
about 13 years ago
I think this is an excellent photo, with superior tone balance. The highlights are pale but not burned out and yet there is sufficient detail in the shadows to add interest and still not so much that the picture is flattened unnaturally. The composition is very good as well. The slight haze makes the rays of the sun appear almost magical.

I might have been tempted to use Photoshop to straighten the perspective that has the trees leaning in a bit along the right and left edges, but that would probably detract from the spacing, particularly of the dark branches in the upper left, so it would be a mistake. So, after some thought, there is nothing I would change.
Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 13 years ago
Great atmosphere in this one! I agree with everything WhiteDog said. I Just wanted to say good job and I love how you slightly tilted the camera up and love how the road is all the way to the side gives a neat composition. Keep up the good work Krabardaf! =)
Posted By: Krabardaf
about 13 years ago
Thank you both.
About the deformed trees, they are effectively leaned due to the inclination of the ground. But yes, that is for sure accentuated by my cheap lens.
I have not much "wallpaper" photos in my collection but this is probably not my last contribution :)
Posted By: Geosim
about 13 years ago
As said, a really nice, atmospheric shot - you can almost feel the warmth of the sun breaking through the trees. Well exposed and lovely and sharp, too.

If it was me, I probably would have adjusted the composition slightly and either moved the path closer to the centre of the frame or removed it completely. As it is, I find where it's right at the bottom corner of the frame it leads your eye off to the left away from the rest of the image, and may better serve the photo if it was given more prominence. I can't really know for sure without having been there myself though.

That's a relatively small criticism of an otherwise fine shot, however. Nicely done.
Posted By: Vinnie
about 13 years ago
Love it! Perfect scene for dual monitors. The downhill slope is a really cool perspective across both monitors.
Posted By: fifthgearonline
about 13 years ago
Voted for this in the loupe, glad to see it made it on here. Excellent photo all around!
Posted By: gridlock489
about 13 years ago
wow! i only see sunshafts like this in digital compositions, never captured so well in real photos. this just makes me want to go for a walk instead of just looking at pictures haha

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