Banff HDR

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    JPIX TPF Noob!

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    Took these at Vermillion Lake in Banff, AB. Interested in any C&C.

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    i like parts of each one

    in the first one i like the stuff in the water and the depth of the image, but don't really like how the top of the snow looks blown

    in the second one i totally dig the warm sun through the fog, but i'm not liking the tree in the middle.

    both could use some adjustment to bring out a little detail in the dark trees on the far mountain imo but thats just me...
     
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    Like them both... the second one has a better feel to me, says more. (IMO your sig takes a way from the experience)
     
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    Not sure if there is an issue or people just don't find them appealing??
     
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    i actually love number 1 nice shot
     
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    I love these types of shots.

    I agree the tree in the middle of the second shot is somewhat distracting from the star of the show, your foreground.


    When the sun is at certain angles, I have learned that I do not know how to capture those shots...yet.

    In your shots, the sun is hard to work around, I do not know the answer, I am sure someone here does.

    Regardless, I really like the first shot, and I love the foreground in your second shot. (maybe you can soften the foreground some in that shot and see how that looks)
     

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