Anges van der Logt, PPSA  


Abstract Landscape in Antarctica by Anges van der Logt, PPSA

July 2024 - Abstract Landscape in Antarctica

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Again from my trip to Antarctica last March. Not a wildlife pic now, but a more abstract one. The cropping is a bit of a trial and error here. Did not want to cut out too much sky as I like the dark clouds as contrast with the white snowy mountains. Not sure about BW either, as I like the little blue in the snow.. ;)


3 comments posted




Bob Benson   Bob Benson
I think I would prefer it as a B&W. You can add more contrast for such without worrying about color shifts, plus there is only blue in the image anyway. See what you think.   Posted: 07/09/2024 15:05:22
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Kirsti Näntö-Salonen   Kirsti Näntö-Salonen
Hi Agnes, I am with you about the blue tones that I think strengthen the impression of ice and snow. My eye takes first in the strong geometric forms in the composition, against the sky with the soft organic forms of the clouds, and the contrast between the cold tones in the foreground and the warmer tones in the sky, and then starts to admire the shadows and the subtle texture in the snow.   Posted: 07/11/2024 10:02:19



Jose Cartas   Jose Cartas
It is a photo where the shapes make the picture. I like it as it is, but as an abstract I would go with Bob's suggestion and convert it to B&W, where the shapes become more powerful and one can appreciate more details.   Posted: 07/11/2024 21:35:16



 

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