Blue River

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  1. ccd333

    ccd333 TPF Noob!

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    Steamy morning on the banks of the Blue River near Silverthorne, Colorado. 12/4/04

    Sony DSC-W1
    Tripod
    ISO 100
    f/6
    8mm

    This was a tough exposure. Does the pinkish flare in the upper left ruin this pic?

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    If you ask me, then I say: No.
    It would be A+-perfect without it.
    But there's little that CAN ruin a photo like this. "Ruin" as in "ruin". To me, what with the lighting, the texture of the snow in the foreground (you can almost FEEL it!), colours and scene as such, it will always be an "A"-photo.
     
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    to be honest i only noticed it when u mentioned it! how did u shoot that with an 8mm lens? digital?
     
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    I didn't notice the flare before I had read that there is one... beautiful shot
     
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    Thanks, everyone. I didn't want to crop it out from the left or top because I really like both the rock at the left bottom and the fog at the top. Glad to hear it's not that noticeable.

    ajmall, yes....the Sony W-1 is a digital with a focal length range of 7.9 to 23.9. Equivalent to 38-114 in 35mm.
     
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    --> black n white will make it better
     
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    dont make b/w the colors are great. Nice Image :D
     
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    Goodness, look at the amount of detail. :shock: Yeh, don't worry about the pink flare. Maybe crop it a little off of the bottom, but it's fine as it is.
     
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    I agree that the color is fantastic. It so blue and cold looking. The mist in the background is awesome. Wish I had some shots like that!
     
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    No! Because I think this picture is AMAZING! I really love it. Don't ask me why but it gives me a warm feeling about winter and snow. I'm strange.
     
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    I like it alot too. Great work.
     
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    Beautiful colors, and I love the foggy mist. I don't think the flare ruins it, but you could get rid of it easily.
     

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