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Pondroks

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Pondroks
© Tony Sweet
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Laura Clay-Ballard
BetterPhoto Member Since: 2/8/2005
    I love this ... as well as all your work! As soon as I sell one of my houses, I will get settled down and be able to take a few courses to learn your techniques! Beautiful!


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4/15/2005 4:58:44 AM

 
Tony Sweet
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Thanks, Laura! This image was shot when I first got into photography and realized how much I loved reflections. This is one of my favorite reflection images. I tend to look for the juxtaposition of warm and cool tonalities in images, like the warm sun and the cool blue rocks. Normally, I would want to add a warming filter to take the blue out of the rocks, but not using a filter and letting them really go blue exaggerates the contrast between warm and cool. The clouds were a added bonus!


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4/15/2005 5:11:39 AM

 
Tony Sweet
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Tony's Photo Courses:
2-Week Short Course: A Quick Start to Adding More 'Pop' to Your Images
4-Week Short Course: High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography
4-Week Short Course: Mastering the Nikon D3 and D700
4-Week Short Course: Nikon D800/D800E: A Quick Start Course!
Fine Art Flower Photography
Image Design: Revealing Your Personal Vision
 

P.S. This image was shot when I first got into photography and realized how much I loved reflections. This is one of my favorite reflection images. I tend to look for the juxtaposition of warm and cool tonalities in images, like the warm sun and the cool blue rocks. Normally, I would want to add a warming filter to take the blue out of the rocks, but not using a filter and letting them really go blue exaggerates the contrast between warm and cool. The clouds were a added bonus!


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4/16/2005 4:46:19 PM

 
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