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Old Apr 27, 2011, 4:11 PM   #1
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Shutter priority 1/10, tripod used a rock.
I have added a second example of a crop that takes out the blowout on the bottem left. Comments welcome.




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Old Apr 27, 2011, 5:04 PM   #2
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Awesome, jj! What is giving the water that color?
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Thanks Saly,

This is a late fall shot when the water was full of leaves from the trees. That is where the underlying color comes from.

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Amazing shot....whenever I try to do this, the pic comes out totally overexposed.
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Amazing shot....whenever I try to do this, the pic comes out totally overexposed.
Thanks for the comment. I can relate to the overexposed statement, I have a hard time not blowing out the water myself.

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Great work. I'm a big fan of water.
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wow..!!
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Very nice shot nice colors. Did you use a ND filter?
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Thank you Fishgirl, Jim007 and Geoper2. Appreciate the comments.

Geoper2, no filter used.

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Very, very nice. The crop works well to highlight the water going over the edge.
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