Snow & reflections

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  • Garry Gabbitas
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    Taken from a slow moving train between Milan and St Moritz.

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    Garry Gabbitas
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    Trying to get the image to load

    IanButty
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    Hi Garry, At the moment you can’t upload images directly to the forum (I am looking to change this). For the time being the image needs to be posted elsewhere on the internet – Eg Flickr, Facebook, or Instagram. Then just post the link to it. I will then generate an embed code and add it to the post.

    Sorry for the inconvenience
    Ian.

    Garry Gabbitas
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    That’s not a problem – I thought it would appear once I had pasted the link. They are to Instagram

    IanButty
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    I think something has gone wrong with this post and I can’t see the link. Can you just cut/paste into a reply for me and I will sort this out.

    FYI I am actively looking at moving these forums over to another system that is a bit more friendly for images, so hopefully, this issue won’t be a long-term one.

    Garry Gabbitas
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    Tried adding a link

    IanButty
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    Right, sorry for the delay in providing feedback on this – took me a while to find the image and to add it to the post.

    This is an image you should be proud of. When creating landscape images I tell people to look for foreground, midground and background – you have managed to achieve that with the snow, lake and mountains. Not only that the use of a reflection to draw attention to the mountains has really worked.

    Because the image is small I can’t comment on whether it is suffering from any blurring due to the motion of the train – hopefully not. Even if it is – at screen resolution it is not noticeable.

    If I had to nit-pick (and this really is minor) the only thing I would change is to clone out the slightly blurred fence post at the very bottom of the frame.

    Other than that it is an excellent shot – well done.

    Garry Gabbitas
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    Thanks Ian.
    This was taken several years ago on an Olympus Camedia C-4000.

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