2 angles on the same lake

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  1. spiffybeth

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    c/c please!
     
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    I love number 1, but number 2 looks too dark.
     
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    would a fill-flash have helped or even a little fill-flash in pp?

    I really like the composition in both of them, esp. #2 - but it does seem a bit dark....try taking that one again - i'm sure someone will be along that knows alot more what they're talking about than I do to tell you how to get the boats exposed better without killin' the great sunset and clouds....

    I'd love to see that picture then! w00t!
     
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    its 2 pictures overlaid at 50% opacity.
    f/22
    30 second exposure
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    i really liked how dark it is. hmmm....:meh:
     
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    I <3 #2.. I love the darkness/moodiness, but I don't like that the trees are completely without detail.. Other than that, great shots :)
     
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    its no big deal. i posted these to get feedback and im glad i did. no harm, no foul.

    thanks for the feedback!
     
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    I prefer the second over the first because I feel the first is a little oversaturated on my screen. I also like the darkness of the second.
     
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    Hmmm... as I was looking over them again. The second could maybe use a pano type crop and it would look real nice. I don't think the rocks in the forground are adding anything to the picture.

    Something like this possibly:
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    ooo, i like the pano crop much better but the dock is crooked. thanks chris!
     
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    I really like the darkness in #2, the sky is beautiful, and somehow you made the boats kindof pop out. I really really like #2!! Great job!
     
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    Good catch... but hopefully it gives you an idea of what I was talking about.
     
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    Thanks, Meg!

    and chris, yes. tonight ill see if i cant rework this. thanks again!
     

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