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Is This High Key.jpg
28-JAN-2009

Is This High Key.jpg

Also a newcomer to High Key...I wonder
if this fits the bill...should the background
be even whiter??? It was snowing like crazy
and was almost a natural white out high key
situation!!!!!!!!!!

Canon PowerShot S5 IS
1/200s f/4.0 at 6.1mm iso80 full exif

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Jola Dziubinska31-Jan-2009 01:02
Oh, I like it very much. Excellent photo.
Cindi Smith30-Jan-2009 18:27
Well, I like it! I think you did a great job!
Flo Hendry30-Jan-2009 04:52
Nice shot. Looks like a good attempt to me.
(What does the histogram do if the picture is cropped just below the window box? I think that would make it a stronger picture with the dock coming out of the corner...)
Carol Breton30-Jan-2009 01:41
I don't know, but I sure do like it!!
carol j. phipps30-Jan-2009 00:53
Pretty in the snow!
Phillip Normanton29-Jan-2009 22:25
It's still Christmas :-)
Michael Shpuntov29-Jan-2009 22:08
Really stands out. Well seen.
beverley harrison29-Jan-2009 20:58
its what you interpret it as yourself...i love it!! what a fancy shed!
Cliff Hutson29-Jan-2009 20:26
Works for me. Nice shot.
Antonio Ruggiero29-Jan-2009 18:35
excellent entry...Bravo
J. Scott Coile29-Jan-2009 17:40
Card-worthy!
Frank Wilson29-Jan-2009 16:28
Very impressive whatever the definition of high key implies. Thanks for sharing. Voted
Coleen Perilloux Landry29-Jan-2009 15:49
I don't know anything about high key but I like the shot.
Linda Willets29-Jan-2009 15:22
very nice photo
faye white29-Jan-2009 10:32
I like the warm red in the middle of the c-c-cold!
Barbara Heide29-Jan-2009 09:17
nice! for me it would be high key when you push the light and contrast till the details of the background disappearor ar reduced to single lines...it's just my interpretation...
Maaike Huizer29-Jan-2009 08:57
Don't know. Dob't think it is really high key. But who cares? It is a lovely scenery.
Norbert Fortelny29-Jan-2009 07:26
Pretty well done!
Piet & Elsabé Enslin29-Jan-2009 07:25
Here are some high key definitions. Some people say everything must be over exposed, but it says predominantly and mainly light tones.
If the building was slightly lighter, dono, but wonderfull shot...big V

An image comprising predominantly light tones and often imparting an ethereal or romantic appearance OR
HIGH KEY - An image that is mainly made up of light tones, which relatively few mid-tones or shadows.
Pat Shawyer29-Jan-2009 07:19
I love it Bill !
An De Wilde29-Jan-2009 07:09
it's maybe not a high key, but it is an interesting photo
An De Wilde29-Jan-2009 07:09
it's maybe not a high key, but it is an interesting photo
Kathryn29-Jan-2009 07:05
It most certainly is, what a cracking shot.
through_the_lens29-Jan-2009 06:36
If the building was gone it would be high key...
Evaristo Buendia-Carrera29-Jan-2009 06:04
The bridge in the left of the picture is high key!! Interesting shot.
Laryl29-Jan-2009 05:55
high key isn't just about the background.. your background is plenty bright/white enough.. the house itself creates a rather large mound of info on the dark side of your histogram.. the idea is that the photo is mainly all on the right hand side.. the building here is just a bit much.. but it's a cool shot!
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