Arun Bagga  


Autumn Landscape by Arun Bagga

November 2019 - Autumn Landscape

About the Image(s)

The image was taken at the Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary, a national park spread over 6000 hectares. In autumn it is a 'rest and feed' point for the Canada Geese migrating south for the winter. Camera settings on Nikon D610 of f/11, 1/640s at ISO of 640 with the 70-300 mm lens open at 150mm. Image captured and processed in RAW with adjustments of some selective areas in PS levels and saturation. No cropping.


5 comments posted

Gregory Waldron   Gregory Waldron
I really like this landscape. It has a lot going for it, and I really like the S curve formed by the fence. The colors seemed a bit crunchy. I ran it through a Topaz Simplify Filter to smooth out the color and added a vignette.   Posted: 11/04/2019 21:03:18
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Arun Bagga   Arun Bagga
Thanks for your feed back and the nice painterly version.   Posted: 11/07/2019 15:39:41

Bill Provost   Bill Provost
What a lovely fall image! I really like the fall colors. The fence leads my eye to the back of the image. Not sure if that was what you were trying for or not. Discussing the fence I enjoy the old timbers in it. You really have a lot to work with in this image. The only thing that I see, as I said, is placement of the fence that might make a difference. This is really a nice fall scene. Being in SE Washington I miss the vegetation and fall colors. Thanks.   Posted: 11/10/2019 16:40:47

Darcy Johnson   Darcy Johnson
It is so rare that I can take a photograph without even minor cropping. If it were mine I would have been tempted to slice off a little on the right side - maybe between the two tallest trees. The texture of the photo seems grainy - perhaps sharpened a bit more than necessary? I like the color and S curve of the fence taking me into the back of the photo and then both the line of the birds and the line of the forested area bringing me back. Very nice!   Posted: 11/11/2019 21:25:36

Syed Shakhawat Kamal   Syed Shakhawat Kamal
A cool capture of fall with a leading line of the fence and birds really adds up. I would agree with our friend Darcy little cropping could make all the difference for this one.
my two cents. cheers.   Posted: 11/17/2019 12:42:26

 

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