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Let is Snow..Part II
Shot in the Sichuan Province of China in the Daxui mountain area, we were rewarded with the first snow of the season. In this mountain lake scene, I used a special filter in Nik Software's Silver Efx Pro to get this look. It was snowing heavily at the time I shot this and it had been a LONG time since I had to think about how to protect and shot at the same time.

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Fri Oct 14, '11 07:24AM
Uploaded By: Richard P Schoettger  

 

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Media ID 20111204153602787
Date Fri Oct 14, '11 07:24AM
Comments 3
Views 572
Uploaded By Richard P Schoettger
Aperture Value f//5
Date/Time 14/10/11 19:24:05
EXIF Image Height 759 pixels
EXIF Image Width 1500 pixels
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Flash No Flash
Focal Length 47 mm
ISO 400
Make Canon
Metering Mode Pattern
Model Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter Speed Value 1/800 sec
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Patrick Flynn

Sunday, December 04 2011 @ 02:26 PM EST

I'm not sure how you will ever top Part 1 of this, but you've posted an image here worthy of inclusion to the series. The hot segment near the center distracts a little due to the tree shapes in the distant water that are only hinted at - if these could be defined more then it would not feel like a void so much.

On the other hand it is possible that the void is your whole point here! It is a lovely photograph either way and again, I just love snowy water scenes! I will be posting some myself as we get more into winter.

Rob Sutherland

Sunday, December 04 2011 @ 05:16 PM EST

 Got to say it Richard... but I think this one is BETTER than the last one!  It has a real artistic quality to it that I love.

 

Superb!

Ruud van Ruitenbeek

Friday, December 09 2011 @ 04:44 AM EST

I like this too! Good use of the Nik software. I just bought Huangshan by Michael Kenna. It is extremely well produced with high quality paper and comes in a beautiful slipcase. It contains images from the Huangshan mountain area that exude the same kind of calm that I find in the two B&W pictures you posted here. Lots of misty scenes too.