Sanford Morse  


Morning Fog by Sanford Morse

October 2020 - Morning Fog

October 2020 - Sanford Morse

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About the Image(s)

This was shot at 7:00 am at the Tennessee end of the famed Tail of the Tail, a bucket list goal for motorcyclists and sports cars owners. Taken with a Canon 5D Mk IV, 24-105mm at 85mm, 100 ISO, 1/60, f8. PP in LR and Silver Efex Pro 2.


7 comments posted




Trey Foerster   Trey Foerster
Nice DOF and contrast between tones. I think that the image could benefit from cropping so the 2nd tree clump in front of the island is on the 1/3 line. The b&w tones are very good.   Posted: 10/05/2020 09:09:57



Cyndy Doty   Cyndy Doty
Sanford - This is very good compositionally. I also think the BW tones are good.   Posted: 10/05/2020 12:13:54



Jorn Holm-Pedersen   Jorn Holm-Pedersen
How peaceful and your choice of B/W is fine.   Posted: 10/06/2020 03:24:52



Ian Cambourne   Ian Cambourne
This is a great image Sanford, one to be proud of. Strong subject matter and the mood of b&w is brilliant. So many times I find myself seeing "images within images". I of my favorite image formats is a panoramic, sometimes a 2x1, sometimes a 3x1 (checkout an aussie landscaper by the name of Ken Duncan). I often ask "If something is taken out of an image, does that removal detract from the image or make it weaker? I hope you don't mind my turning your image into a 2x1 pano. I love the ripples in the foreground water that give an excellent base to the image, but, if some are taken out, is the image weaker? Same for the sky and right hand side? Is the viewer now forced to focus more on the other remaining elements in the image. Yes, maybe some more could come off the right side, but then the 2x1 pano effect is not so strong. I tried a 3x1 (16x7 in old film language) but that just lost too much of the water for me. I'm not meaning any of this as a criticism or compulsory action Sanford, just merely providing a further possible option.   Posted: 10/06/2020 22:05:45
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Sanford Morse   Sanford Morse
Ian, I totally agree. Thanks for the suggestion.   Posted: 10/07/2020 08:47:55



Heidi Egerman   Heidi Egerman
Very nice image Sanford. The monochrome was a great choice and creates even more mood than the original, which already had a good amount of moodiness. The only thing I think I would change would be to drop or raise that center line so it wasn't dividing the image. Just a subjective suggestion. All in all a wonderful image.   Posted: 10/08/2020 17:13:32



Jay Joseph   Jay Joseph
Beautiful image Sanford. The black and white adds a sense of mystery to the picture. The reflections from the trees also add to the composition.   Posted: 10/13/2020 21:08:43



 

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