At the end of the rainbow...

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  1. flygning

    flygning TPF Noob!

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    South Mountain Regional Park, Phoenix AZ

    Instead of a leprechaun you get a squirrel.
     
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    Rainbow is very faint in this pic, well on my moniter anyway. Maybe the sky could do with a bump in contrast?
     
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    I have to agree its very faint, but I think that was the original sight and not photography linked - well done for capturing it. I think to have really made a shot you would have to have caught a stronger rainbow. However I must say that I think the shot overall does work - it is just calling out for a brighter, stronger rainbow to really be the focus
    --ps tried zooming in but cannot find magical squirrel :(--
     
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    Next time, try to use a polariser; it does wonders when photographing rainbows. It really brings the colours out against grey skies...
     
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    Thanks for your comments, everyone. I'll see if I can play around with it, bring out the colors in the sky.
     

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