Aldbury - The Dirty Dozen

Picture by majestic12


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  • November 23, 2012
  • Canon EOS Rebel T2i
  • 10 - 22
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number -3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3
  • Editing Software Photomatix Pro / Photoshop
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes
HDR village countryside morning sun sky pond water ice frost frosty UK canon 550d autumn HDR village

20 Comments

23 Nov 13:46
majestic12

This is the village of Aldbury in Hertfordshire, it is the most filmed village in the UK. Used as a movie and TV location for many projects, most famously it was used in the movie "The Dirty Dozen". This was taken on a wonderful autumn morning, cold enough for a "thin" layer of ice on the pond and a sprinkling of frost on the shaded grass and reeds.

23 Nov 14:56
myliwg01

nice effort.

23 Nov 15:07
sanz3jo

Purple sky, but I like the scene

23 Nov 15:17
cloudberry

Lacking in contrast & over saturation of yellow,

23 Nov 15:19
digicam

9+

23 Nov 16:09
inkslinger

Excellent...

23 Nov 17:01
bessi7

10

23 Nov 17:02
flipd1

Needs more POP

23 Nov 17:04
mitch19

I like it !!

23 Nov 17:35
dirk

A nice view and composition. I like to see the ice in the grass. Like the sky. Shades in front a little distracting and think the shot needs a little more contrast. I suppose you had to stand up very early for this shoot, you are on the right way!

23 Nov 17:38
rrr

They are getting better and better.

23 Nov 17:55
chema

Agree with Cloudberry

23 Nov 18:19
miltonv

10

23 Nov 18:44
karl_oparka

Lovely scene

23 Nov 18:57
darrellburnett

I was at first going to agree about the lack of contrast, but then I think that the fact that it is a frosty scene would make it have less contrast. Very nice scene and great processing.

23 Nov 19:19
majestic12

Thanks for the comments everyone, recently I am struggling.... left saturation at zero but still am getting a colour tone on all my images I do not like...

23 Nov 19:21
majestic12

I am also getting lost in the processing, so many ways to turn but never seem to see what I am aiming for. { expept in other peoples work }... I am missing a vital piece of the puzzle..

23 Nov 20:48
ruhri

Superb.

23 Nov 21:56
rcuello

As Dirk says, are on track, I also think it lacks contrast, just a great picture. I seem to see Lee Marvin.

23 Nov 23:29
monaris

9

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