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A few from Oregon

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Palouse, Jul 28, 2008.

  1. These show darker on the web than they do on my screen :rolleyes: . Falls along Sweet creek, just east of Florence, OR. My first real attempt at shooting flowing water; used a CP and ND filters. C&C welcome!

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    New version: with lighter shadows.

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  2. Very Nice Nick.
     
  3. Both are excellent shots. I tend to favor the second one because of the balance between the flowers and the fall. The sidelight was a great touch to make this picture an outstanding one.
    If you use Nikon Capture, I am saying this without knowing which camera you used, you can open those shadow areas using D-lighting. I like that feature and I use it often although you should be careful of underexposed areas where noise will surely will show.
    As I said, both are great shots.
    William Rodriguez
    Miami, Florida.
     
  4. Thanks.

    William, thanks for the advice. Yes I use NX2 and on screen both images are much brighter and detailed. Not sure why they darkened so much in converting to sRGB for the web.
     
  5. sbruno

    sbruno

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    Jul 20, 2007
    Baltimore, MD
    Elegant! #2 is my fav - I like the darker shadows... more mysterious and unique.
     

  6. Me too! It does look so much better on my screen!

    Thanks!
     
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