In essence, a black and white shot. I see that you used a wide angle lens of 17mm so I assume you want the viewer to look at the whole scene. I do think though, that with a little more thought, you could have composed this a little better and improved the interest. The footprints and people do lead the eye nicely into the scene, but they are a little central so some of the scene on the left is wasted. Maybe some of this could have been cropped out?
- jimmyjimmy (127)
- [2014-04-28 9:27]
I really like this image with the perspective of distance. Wow what a lot of snow. Beautiful image.
- rminkow (34772)
- [2014-04-28 19:27]
Hi Naseer..nice shot..excellent clarity and tones...
Well you have me thinking Naseer with your composition, There appears to be two main snow lanes, one heading towards the centre of the scene, the other branching off to the right, which doesn't appear to have any tracks on it. The depression in the snow appear to be footprints & not made by snowshoes or skies, so I wonder, where have these people come from & where are they going to ? It looks like it is a long walk for them? A beautiful capture of these snow covered mountains, you have handled the shades of white well. TFS
- marine-coeur (4809)
- [2014-04-29 2:06]
An amazing high POV also natural lights by a beautiful poster well done
- PeterDF (14)
- [2014-04-29 6:19]
A really great photo here....of this mountain area covered in snow. They way you've photographed this gives the sense white everywhere...except for the children there who seem to being enjoy this very much. A very cool photo...and the footsteps leading to the young ones is a nice affect, too. Very nicely done.
- jean11-3 (16374)
- [2014-04-29 12:00]
Hello Naseer, I like the depth of field that you have achieved here, even though it is white on white on white!
The figures give some idea of scale, always a useful measure.
Tfs, regards Jean.