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This is a discussion on New photography/illistration work... within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Hi there, I've not posted here in a while and wanted to share some of the photography work I have ...

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    Default New photography/illistration work...

    Hi there,
    I've not posted here in a while and wanted to share some of the photography work I have put together over the summer, I've been doing a lot of shots which use many images edited together to create reall intense landscapes, I'll post a few shots here but there are many more on my website at www.andrewbrooksphotography.com

    also if anyone would like a really nice screensaver of my photography work go to this page on my site http://andrewbrooksphotography.com/c...ontactform.php

    here's a few shots, any feedback welcome...

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    I will check out your site in the near future AndrewThese 4 shots are all very good and shot 1 is AMAZING!

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    Cheers for the feedback Marko,
    Glad you like the shots, let me know what you think of my site.

    Most of my shots are built out of many images(The boat shot has way over 200 captures in there) it means I have loads of control over the picture, the shape and the brightness.

    Anyway, glad you like it...

    A

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    Dude!
    That last image there of the trees is really really really cool!
    I love it!

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    Yowsers!!! Very impressive stuff, The boat at the top rocks! Your site is very good also, Keep it up!

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    Default boat and doorway

    The first two shots could pass for paintings and are really spectacular in terms of colour, lighting, tone and composition.

    Only one problem, the horizon seems way out of whack in number one by its slant and becomes a distraction when you look at it closely. I would use Photoshop to straighten it without affecting the rest of your super shot.

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    OK, I don't understand how you built one image out of many images, particularly since you seemed to have been on a boat, to take the shots.
    What software did you use and how did you avoid spending hours and hours and hours in the process?

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    Hi,

    Just finished working on a new shot which I thought you folks would be interested in seeing, again it's made of many images, and much photoshopping.

    A

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    Impressive as always! What is the reasoning behind your tilted horizons?

    Tegan

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    Hi Tegan,
    Think the reason for the horrizons being tilted, espachally in this shot, is to make it really feel like you are in the moment, getting bashed around by the sea. There are a few which are warped to flow into each other, check this link to see...

    http://andrewbrooksphotography.com/Project.htm

    anyway, thanks for the feedback

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