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Vermont Waterflows

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by NewBert, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. I spent today in southern Vermont - in the general area around Manchester. I spent the morning driving along Roaring Brook (I think that's the name...). Although there are no true waterfalls along the brook, there are plenty of rocks and flowing water.

    Here are just a few images that I caught:

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    5. This one is more like standing water. The reflections are what caught my eye. It's kind of weird how they look in this image.... Almost as if there were large pieces of broken glass in the stream.
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    I spent the afternoon on Mount Equinox shooting some vistas from the top and from the road leading to the top. I'll post those in a separate thread.

    Constructive Comments/Criticisms welcomed. I'm always looking for tips on how to improve!

    Thanks!
     
  2. A Few HDR's

    Here are 2 more images from this morning's shoot. They're HDR's processed thru the Photomatix Plug-in for LR2:

    1. This one is a bit over-the-top "painterly".
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    2. I like how this one much better. It's much closer to what I actually saw...
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  3. Great captures. Love the textures and color of the third shot. I have a soft spot for creamy water shots and these are superb.

    -Bill
     
  4. NYracefan

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    Nov 19, 2008
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    Love the HDR's! Very nice work.
     
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