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Reservoir Ice Landscapes

This is a discussion on Reservoir Ice Landscapes within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Had a chance to walk around our local reservoir yesterday following a few days of stormy, wet, windy weather. Most ...

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    Had a chance to walk around our local reservoir yesterday following a few days of stormy, wet, windy weather. Most of the reservoir is now frozen but the ice is still uncovered by snow. I loved the reflections and the patterns in the ice around the shore areas caused by the wind and water. These were taken as bracketed shots with my Sony RX100 and processed as HDR photos. I also shot a roll of black and white film awaiting processing.

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    These shots really portray a calm, pristine setting to me. I like them all and they work well as a set

    I love the colour palette of the first one. I really don't mind the lens flare, but wonder if you considered cropping the top and bottom to eliminate the corner intrusions. If it was deliberate to include them, I understand that as well, so ignore my comment.

    My other favourite is the B & W shot

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    Lovely cold set!
    I like em all but the BW takes it for me.
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    Thanks for the comments. RM: I left the vignette, which are artifacts from the HDR software I use, in place because they made the shot look like a fish-eye lens shot, although they are actually 24mm shots.

    Three more from the same time, but shot on Ilford HP5+ 400 film, developed in XTOL at 20 degrees C. Canon 24-105 mm f/4 lens.

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    Nice additions MB. The range of tones in the 3rd shot really suits B&W
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