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Old Nov 16, 2005, 12:46 PM   #1
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Old Nov 16, 2005, 1:19 PM   #2
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Those are beautiful! Man, I wish I had nature like that around where I live.
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Old Nov 16, 2005, 1:22 PM   #3
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Very nice shots.
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Old Nov 16, 2005, 1:41 PM   #4
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Thanks Nizidramanii, LadyhawkVA
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Really like 4 and 5
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Nice shots ......a bit of paradise I think.
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Old Nov 16, 2005, 6:01 PM   #7
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The composition of the first one is very effective - though these sorts of shots (1 and 2)work much better if you handle the exposure so as to prevent the sky getting overexposed. Next time watch for some nice blue sky or cloud detail and take a meter reading off the sky before framing the final shot.

No.4 has some nice water movement - but is considerably underexposed and seems a little soft (slight camera shake?). These sorts of shots look best if you able to use a tripod (and ideally get exposure times of 1/4 sec or longer).

No.5 looks good - water lillies make some of the most pleasing of floral subjects. Next time you could also try putting your main point-of-interest (in this case the lily bloom) off centre in the frame (roughly the old 'rule-of-thirds' often works well for these sort of compositions). White subjects can be difficult to meter for exposure correctly - so this one is good there too (in fact, for totally white subjects it often pays to underexpose the shot slightly and then bring out the detail in post-process, with levels and contrast masking).
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Old Nov 17, 2005, 12:17 PM   #8
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Thanks david for the excellent feed back. When I go next time to this place, definitely i will try your idea.
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