A Beautiful Start

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  1. R9R Photography

    R9R Photography TPF Noob!

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    This past Saturday morning started this way...

    Pickerington Ponds, Pickerington, OH. EXIF should be there. These are by far my best so far with my new D300 :mrgreen: C & C welcome as always! Sorry if #2 is a little big, I can resize if it'd be better.

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    Did you post process? The colors are wonderful. Like a millpond. Great reflectivity. Nice shot.
     
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    these are beautiful shots!
    first is best
     
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    Only PP is tightening up the levels to the white/black endpoints on the histogram. No saturation or other color changes.

    Thanks to both of you so far!! :D
     
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    i really like the first shot!!! best of the 2
    i dunno if it's just me but the horizon looks just a ToUcH crooked - not sure though hah
    i love the colours and calming reflection
    beautiful!
     
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    These are really pretty. If you used a tripod to take these, I suggest checking your levels thoroughly before shooting. A straight horizon line makes a big difference, but this is also just my opinion and can be done in post as well.
     

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