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Old Jul 23, 2008, 6:21 PM   #1
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I had to hike down to this area to get this.....wish the wind wasn't blowing, but it didn't turn out too bad. C&C is always welcome....

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Old Jul 24, 2008, 4:17 AM   #2
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Whatever you have in your mind at the time of shooting, itinvariablymanifest itself as an eye pleasing composition in your captures such as this one! Your brave attempt with the slow shutter speed despite the breeze you speak of seems to have paid back in the beautifully conveyed flow of water

The use of foreground decently is a merit Iquite apprecitein landscapes and yours is a tasteful example! Still, theextra glow of the greens there (not a case of overexposurethough!)there is a bit distracting, imo. I'd suggest selecting the location with the magnetic lasso tool and then hue/saturation > greens> lightness; for some (- ) values.

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Old Jul 24, 2008, 5:56 PM   #3
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Whatever you have in your mind at the time of shooting, itinvariablymanifest itself as an eye pleasing composition in your captures such as this one! Your brave attempt with the slow shutter speed despite the breeze you speak of seems to have paid back in the beautifully conveyed flow of water

The use of foreground decently is a merit Iquite apprecitein landscapes and yours is a tasteful example! Still, theextra glow of the greens there (not a case of overexposurethough!)there is a bit distracting, imo. I'd suggest selecting the location with the magnetic lasso tool and then hue/saturation > greens> lightness; for some (- ) values.

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Hi Bahadir, I tried this....not sure 'bout it...what do you think?
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Hi Bahadir, I tried this....not sure 'bout it...what do you think?
Yea, Ican seesome improvement,despite the strongmorning sunflooding from the windowright acrossme :-)Less distracting this way! Having applied hue/saturation > greens> lightness, now you might even decide togo on with exposure> gamma correction, pushing the slider slightly to the right handside say 0.94 or so. Ah, again only on the selected area at the foreground, of course, but excluding the flowers which are sooo nice: )




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I also like your use of the slow shutter speed, nice shot
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I also like your use of the slow shutter speed, nice shot
Thanks hercules, appreciate your comments.
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